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ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



FOR THU 



YEAR 1927 




CITY OF BOSTON 

PRINTING DEPARTMENT 

1928 



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CONTENTS. 



Part I. 

REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF 
PUBLIC WORKS. 





Page 


Appropriations ; . . . . 


7 


Appropriations, special 


S 


Contracts : 




Ashes 


24 


Bridge work 


22 


Ferry work 


26 


Gas, furnishing same 


27 


Gas, lighting streets with 




same 


27 


Hired teams 


23 


Miscellaneous, Highway 




Division 


21 


Offal 


24 


Snow and ice 


27 


Water pipes, laying 


28 


Water pipes, relaying .... 


28 


Employees 


35 





Page 


Expenditm'es 


IG 


Expenditiu-es, by items, seg- 




regated budget 


8 


Financial statement 


16 


General review . 


2 


High Pressure Fire Service . . 


32 


Maintenance, comparative 




table 


17 


Miscellaneous, S a n i t a r y 




Division 


25 


Organization 


1 


Pavements, area of 


33 


Pavements, changes in. . . ... 


35 


Pavements, length of 


34 


Pavements, miles of 


34 


Revenue 


IS 



Part II. — Appendix A. 

Administration expenses, Central Office 



42 



IV 



Table of Contents. 



Appendix B, 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
BRIDGE AND FERRY SERVICE. 

(Bridge Service.) 



(Page 43.) 



Appropriations, special 

Appropriations, special, sum- 
mary of 

Bridges, work done on : 

Albany Street Wharf. . . . 

Broadway Bridge (over 

New York, New Haven 

& Hartford Railroad . . . 

Charlestown Bridge (over 

Charles river) 

Chelsea Bridge North .... 
Chelsea Bridge South .... 
Dorchester Avenue Bridge 
(over Fort Point Channel, 
Granite Avenue Bridge. . 
Marginal Street Sidewalk, 

East Boston 

Deer Island Steamboat 
Wharf 



Page 
57 

61 

48 



44 

44 
45 
45 

45 

48 

48 
48 



(Ferry Service.) 
(Page 53.) 



Appropriations 

Appropriations, amount paid 
from 

Appropriations, comparison 
of (five years) 

Appropriations, special 

Balance sheet 

Comparative balance sheet 
(five years) 

Comparison of appropria- 
tions, receipts and ex- 
penditures (five years). . 



Page 
64 



64 

68 
72 
66 



67 



68 



Difference in travel between 

ferries 

Expenditures 

Expenditures, comparison of 

(five years ) 

Expenditm'es and receipts 

since 1858 

Ferryboats 

Financial statements 

Receipts at each ferry 

Ticket statement 

Total travel on both ferries 

(six years) 

Work done 



Page 



Fire Boat Wharf at North- 
ern Avenue 49 

FortHUl Wharf. .'. 49 

Meridian Street Bridge. . . 46 
Northern Avenue Bridge. 46 
Summer Street Bridge 
(over Reserved Chan- 
nel) 47 

West Newton Street 

Bridge 47 

Expenditures 5.3 

Expenditures, special ap- 
propriations 57 

Expenditures, special ap- 
propriations, summary 

of '. 61 

Financial statement 53 

Repairs on bridges 57 

Width of bridge openings ... 62 
Work done 43 



Page 

73 
64 

68 

71 
50 
64 
73 

74 

75 
53 



Table of Contents. 
Appendix C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

General Review. 

(Page 76.) 



(Lighting Service.) 
(Page 78.) 

Page 



Arc lamps, total cost per 

lamp, per annum 87 

Defects SI 

Electric lights, number and 

kind of - 86 

Electric lights, cost of 86 

Expenditures 79 

Financial statement. ....... 79 

Gas lamps, number and 

kind of 84 

Oas lamps, total cost per 

lamp per anmnn 85 



Incandescent lamps,total cost 
per lamp per annum, 

Lamps, number of, installed 
during year 

Lamps, discontinued 

Lamps, repaired and altered, 

Number and style of lamps, 
.January 1, 1928 

Outages on street lamps. . . . 

Rebates 

Repairs 

Revenue 

Work done 



(Paving Service.) 



(Page 76.) 



Granolithic sidewalks (be- 
tween pages 104, 105). 
Highways, Making of (be- 
tween pages 104, 105). 

Paving service (between 
pages 104, 105). 

Reconstructing and re- 
pairing streets by con- 
tract (between pages 
104, 105). 

Street improvements (be- 
tween pages 104, 105). 

Expenditures, objects of.. . 



P.IGE 



96 



Page 

88 

81 
81 

82 

83 
83 
86 

82 
80 
80 



Page 

Expenditures, detail of . . . 97 

General review 76 

Macadam streets, mainte- 
nance of 103 

Permits 104 

Permits, revenue from 104 

Snow and ice removed by 

contract 100 

Street openings 104 

Work done. 7() 

By contract, svnnmary of, 92 

By dny lal)or, sunnnary of, 95 



VI 



Table of Contents. 



Appendix D. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
SANITARY DIVISION. 

(Sanitary Service.) 



Appropriations 

Ashes, collected by contract, 
number of loads 

Districts, map of 

Expenditures, items of 

Financial statement 

Income 

Maintenance 

Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by day 
labor (between pages 
114, 115). 

Final disposition of 

Garbage removed (five years), 

Number of loads collected 
from .January 1, 1927, to 
December 31, 1927 



(Page 


105.) 




Page 




Page 


107 


Materials : 




* 


Amount expended on offal, 




111 


ashes and rubbish by 






districts 


110 


115 


Ashes and house dirt re- 




109 


moved (five years) 


111 


107 


Collected by districts 


111 


107 


Cost of collecting and 




107 


disposing of refuse by 






contract 


114 




Offal collected by con- 






tract, number of loads. 


111 




Waste and rubbish re- 






moved (five years) 


111 


113 


Refuse collected, detail of 
(between pp. 114, 115). 




111 


Revenue 


107 




Sanitary districts 


115 




Work done 


105 


112 


Work done for other services, 


lOS 



(Street Cleaning and Oiling Service.) 



(Page 116.) 



Page 

Expenditures, distribution of, 119 

Expenditures, items of 116 

Financial statement 116 

Macadam streets, cost of 

oiling 120 

Snow removed, cost of 119 



Streets : 

Cleaned, total cost of 
(between pages 120, 121). 
Swept by machines (be- 
tween pages 120, 121). 
Treated with oil, cost of. 
Work done 



Page 



120 
105 



Table of Contents. 
Appendix E. 



Vll 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
SEWER DIVISION. 



(Page 

Page 
Catch-basins, cleaned by 

contract 141 

Executions of covu-t on ac- 
count of land takings. . 165 

Expenditures : 

Maintenance 131 

Maintenance, detail of... . 135 
Maintenance, detail of, 

recapitulation of 140 

Sewerage works, detail of, 142 

Sewerage works, loan 165 

Financial statement 130 

Land-takings, executions of 

court 165 

Miles of sewers, January 1, 

1928 167 



121.) 

Page 

Pumping sewage, average 
cost per million foot 
gallons 170 

Pmnping station. Calf Pas- 

tm-e, work done 165 

Pumps, Calf Pastiure, aver- 
age lift and duty 1 69 

Refuse, removing same from 

gate house 171 

Sewers bmlt, charged to 

sewerage works 143 

Smnmary of sewer construc- 
tion (twelve months) ... 166 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (five years) 168 

Work done 121 

Work in charge of division. . . 121 



Appendix F. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
WATER DIVISION. 

(Water Service.) 



(Page 172.) 



Page 

Construction, cost of 180 

Elevators 181 

Expenditures 176 

Expenditures, detail of 177 

Expenditures, comparison of 

(between pages 178 and 

179). 

Financial statement 176 

Hydrants, total nmnber of, 

December 31, 1927 185 



Hydrants, total nmnber and 
kind of, established and 
abandoned 

Income branch 

Main pipe, cost of extension, 

Main pipe, cost of replace- 
ment 

Main pipe, cost of reloca- 
tion 

Meter branch 



Page 



185 
181 

187 

198 

202 
182 



VIU 



Table of Contents. 







Page 




Page 


Meter repuirs 




182 


Receipts, comparison of ... . 
Revenue 


181 


Meters : 






180 


Applied 




182 


Service pipes: 




Changed 

Condemned 




182 
182 


Maintenance of 


179 


Repairs, cost of 


179 


In service December 


31, 




Total number of lengths 




1927 




182 


of 


186 


Installed 




182 


Water : 




On hand December 


31, 




Debt 


180 


1927 




183 


Water pipes, total length of, 


184 


Repaired 




182 


Work done 


172 


Set 




182 


Work done, detail of 


172 



Expenditures 



(High Pressure Fire Service.) 
(Page 204.) 

Financial statement. 



Page 
204 



Page 
204 



Appendix G. 



REPORT OF THE BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE 
BRIDGE COMMISSION. 

(Page 205.) 

Page 



Bridges in charge of com- 
mission 



205 



Page 

Work done 205 

Expenditures 207 



[Document 24 — 1928.] 




ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1927. 



Boston, January 1, 1928. 

Hon. Malcolm E. Nichols, 
Mayor of Boston. 
Dear Sir, — In compliance with the Revised Ordi- 
nances, the annual report of the operations and expenses 
of the Public Works Department for the year ending 
December 31, 1927, is respectfully submitted. The 
Public Works Department, created by Ordinances 1910, 
chapter 9, now chapter 27 of the Revised Ordinances 
of 1925, was formed by consolidating the Engineering, 
Water and Street Departments. 

Organization. 

The department is composed of six main divisions, 
viz.: 

Central Office. — The Central Office is composed of the 
accounting force of the entire department under the 
charge of the secretary and chief clerk. 

Bridge and Ferry Division. — This division, under a 
division engineer, has the charge and care of all bridges 
used as highways which are in whole, or in part, under 



2 City Document No. 24. 

the control of the city; the care and management of the 
ferries owned by the city, including boats, slips, drops 
and buildings. 

Note. — The Boston and Cambridge Division, so 
called, is not, strictly speaking, a division of the Public 
Works Department, as this work is in charge of a com- 
mission of two, one member appointed by the Mayor 
of Boston and the other by the Mayor of Cambridge, 
under the provisions of chapter 412 of the Acts of 1904; 
but because of the fact that the present Commissioner of 
Public Works is the Boston member of this commission 
and also because one half of the expense of this com- 
mission is defrayed by the Bridge Service, it is in this 
report treated as a division of this department. 

Highway Division. — This division, under a division 
engineer, has the care of the construction, reconstruction 
and maintenance of roadways and sidewalks, and the 
care of lamps and the lighting of streets, parks and alleys. 

Sanitary Division. — This division, under a division 
engineer, has charge of the collection and removal of 
ashes, garbage and refuse, street cleaning and the oiling 
and flushing of streets. 

Sewer Division. — This division, under a division 
engineer, has charge of the construction of sewers, 
catch-basins and w/aterways. 

Water Division. — This division, under a division 
engineer, has the care of water pipes, installation of 
meters, water service, laying and relaying of water 
mains and the high pressure fire service. 

General. 

The more important works undertaken during the past 
year in the Bridge Service were the rebuilding of West 
Newton Street Bridge over the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad, and the reconstruction of the spans 
of Broadway Bridge over the main lines of the New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. These two 
bridges were built of steel, encased in concrete, and are 
of a permanent type. The traffic at Broadway Bridge 
is also aided greatly by the elimination of the center 
girder. 

In the Ferry Service a new electrically operated ferry 
bridge, with its foundations, was constructed at the 
North Ferry, East Boston. This new ferry bridge, like 
the other electrically operated ferry bridges, has a road- 



Public Works Department. 3 

way wide enough to provide for two lines of vehicles and 
also is strong enough to carry heavy trucking. 

As noted in the reports for some years past, Congress 
Street Bridge is in very bad condition and should be 
rebuilt at once. Chapter 157 of the Acts of 1926 
authorized borrowing $800,000 outside the debt limit for 
this work, and the act has been accepted by the city. 

The pile approaches to the draw span of Chelsea 
Bridge over the north channel of Mystic river are 
steadily deteriorating and should be rebuilt, preferably 
with steel superstructure on masonry piers. The work 
would cost approximately $1,500,000. 

An appropriation has been made for the reconstruc- 
tion of Columbus Avenue Bridge over the Boston & 
Albany Railroad tracks, the rebuilding of which should 
be completed in the summer of 1928. 

In connection with the widening of Morton, Ashland 
and River streets the bridges on these streets should be 
rebuilt. 

In the Ferry Service two new boats should be pro- 
vided in place of the old wooden vessels which are unfit 
for the heavy motor traffic. The two old wooden ferry 
bridges should also be replaced by modern electrically 
operated steel bridges. 

The engineering force has done some work in the way 
of supervising construction for other services and in 
giving engineering advice to other departments. 

Water Division. — The continued development of 
areas in Dorchester, West Roxbury and Brighton has 
resulted in applications for 2,000 service connections 
which have been installed, and in the same areas about 
ten miles of 8-inch, 12-inch and 16-inch water mains 
have been laid. 

The metering of service connections is practically 
completed. There remain now about 1,000 house 
service connections, existing previous to 1907, to meter. 
On the completion of this number, all water used will 
be paid for under meter rates. 

The tunnel under the Boston & Albany Railroad and 
the Providence Division Railroad at Arlington square is 
completed, and there remains the laying of the 48-inch 
main in the tunnel and the connection with the 30-inch 
main in Tremont street at Arlington square. 

A total of approximately ten miles of water mains 
have been laid, ranging in size from 8-inch to 48-inch 
diameter. 



4 City Document No. 24. 

The General Pipe Cleaning Company of Philadelphia 
cleaned 80,993 linear feet of 8-inch and 12-inch water 
pipes in West Roxbury, resulting in an improvement to 
the system both for domestic and fire protection uses. 

The improvement of water pressure conditions in the 
higher sections of Roxbury and Dorchester is of special 
importance and has awaited the action of the Metro- 
politan District Commission toward laying a 48-inch 
main to the Boston line. When the Metropolitan Com- 
mission completes its work, the city will continue it to 
connect with the 36-inch high service main in Geneva 
avenue at Columbia road. 

Sewer Division. — The extensive building operations 
throughout the outlying sections have made demands 
on the Sewer Division that have taxed its activities to 
the extreme. 

The laying out of new streets by the Board of Street 
Commissioners and innumerable petitions for sanitary 
sewers and surface drains created an enormous amount 
of work in the preparation of plans, specifications, etc. 
As a result 18 miles of sewers and 577 catch-basins were 
constructed. All sections of the city received attention 
as far as possible. A number of petitions, however, will 
have to await further appropriation. 

A section of Stony brook has been completed, be- 
tween Tollgate way and Bradeen street, and a contract 
has been awarded for the construction of the Porter 
street outlet in East Boston. The pumping station is 
under consideration, the pumping units receiving special 
attention to determine the advisability of installing two 
electrically operated pumps for the present steam 
pumps. 

Sanitary Division. — Important additions to the equip- 
ment of the Sanitary Division have been made by the 
purchase of several Springfield pick-up sweepers, 
tractors, etc. 

During the early winter the snow storms were handled 
with speed, the streets being opened and the snow re- 
moved with the least inconvenience to the merchants 
and citizens. 

Six city pressure flushers and six contract flushers 
were employed flushing the streets, — a very satisfactory 
and efficient method of street cleaning. Formerly their 
activities were restricted to the down-town streets, but 
during the past year, the outlying districts have been 
given the benefit of the flushers. 



Public Works Department. 5 

The disposal of ashes and garbage is always a sub- 
ject for debate, but as the Coleman Disposal Company's 
contract has four years to run, the discussion relates to 
the contract districts. The garbage disposal in the out- 
side districts is not as serious as the ash and rubbish 
disposal. Dumping areas are becoming scarce, so much 
so that in a few years transportation outside the city 
limits will be required for this waste. This waste is 
increasing annually; the opportunity for disposal within 
the city limits is becoming less, consequently a new 
method will have to be considered. 

Highway Division. — Forty-one streets were laid out 
by the Board of Street Commissioners, under chapter 
393 of the Acts of 1906, and under the authority of 
special acts the following streets were completed: 

Dock square. 
Kneeland street. 

The appropriation for the repair and reconstruction of 
streets provided for the reconstruction of the following 
streets : 

East Boston. 
Lexington street, Meridian street to Shelby street. 

Charlestown. 
Alford street, Main street to Maiden Bridge. 
Medford street, Chelsea street to Main street. 

City Proper. 

Washington street, Dover street to Massachusetts 
avenue. 

Brattle street and Cornhill. 

Washington street, from near Brattle street to near 
Cornhill. 

Boylston street, Berkeley street to Exeter street. 

Columbus avenue, Dartmouth street to Northampton 
street. 

Dundee street, Massachusetts avenue to Dalton 
street. 

Longwood avenue, Brookline avenue to the Riverway. 

Stuart street, Huntington avenue to Dartmouth 
street. 

West Brookline street, Warren avenue to Shawmut 
avenue. 



6 City Document No. 24. 

Brookline avenue, Fenway to Brookline line. 

Arlington street, Columbus avenue to Piedmont street. 

Beacon street, Massachusetts avenue to Raleigh 
street. 

Boylston street, Tremont street across Charles street. 

Broadway, Park square across Stuart street. 

Church street, Columbus avenue to Stuart street. 

Park square, Boylston street to Columbus avenue. 

Stuart street, Broadway to Columbus avenue. 

East Brookline street, Washington street to Albany 
street. 

James street. 

South Boston. 

A street. Congress street to Dorchester avenue. 
East Broadway, L street to Farragut road. 
Ralston street, Dorchester avenue to Boston street. 

Roxbury. 

Dudley street, Harrison avenue to Blue Hill avenue. 

Harrison avenue. East Lenox street to Warren street, 
and from Northampton street to East Lenox street. 

Longwood avenue, Parker street across St. Alphonsus 
street. 

Crawford street, Warren street to Walnut avenue. 

Harold street. Walnut avenue to Seaver street. 

Quincy street, Warren street to beyond Barry street. 

Dorchester. 
Freeport street. 

West Roxbury. 

Eliot street. Centre street to Pond street. 

Under the appropriation allowed for granolithic side- 
walks, large areas of sidewalks were laid in Brighton, 
Roxbury, Dorchester and West Roxbury. 

In addition to the regular maintenance appropriations 
of the Highway Division, special appropriations, as 
follows, were made available during the year: 

Granolithic sidewalks, $50,000. 

Reconstructing and repairing streets by contract, 

$250,000. 
Street signs, $25,000. 

Lighting Service. — Six hundred and fifty-three lamps 
of various types were installed and 151 lamps discon- 



Public Works Department. 



tinued during the year. At the close of business 
December 31 there were in operation 6,093 arc lamps, 
5,532 incandescent lamps, 9,878 single mantle gas 
lamps and 165 single mantle fire alarm gas lamps. 

Appropriations. 

The money assigned for the maintenance work of the 
Public Works Department during the year 19*27 was 
derived from the income of the city raised by taxation. 
In December, 1926, the department estimates were 
submitted to the Mayor, in segregated form, who made 
such allowance for each item in the budget as he con- 
sidered necessary and submitted them to the City 
Council. The total maintenance appropriations as 
passed by the City Council and approved by the Mayor 
are shown below. On another page will be found the 
total expenditures by each service for each item in the 
segregated budget: 



Central Office 
Bridge Service 
Ferry Service . 
Lighting Service 
Paving Service 
Sanitary Service 
Sewer Service 
Water Service . 

Total 



Yours respectfully, 



5,097 55 

474,651 81 

547,038 06 

974,597 54 

1,860,678 74 

3,197,491 43 

698,720 43 

1,547,778 84 

59,389,054 40 



James H. Sullivan, 
Commissioner of Public Works. 



City Document No. 24. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 

From January 1, 1927, 



Group and Item. 



Central. 



Bridge. 



Ferry. 



A. Personal Service as per Schedule A: 

1. Permanent employees 

2. Temporary employees 

3. Unassigned 

B. Service Other Than Personal: 

1. Printing and binding 

3. Advertising and posting 

4. Transportation of persons 

5. Cartage and freight 

6. Hire of teams and auto trucks 

8. Light, heat and povi'er 

10. Rent, taxes and water 

12. Bond and insurance premiums 

13. Communication 

14. Motor vehicle repairs and care 

15. Motorless vehicle repairs 

16. Care of animals 

18. Cleaning 

19. Removal of ashes, dirt and garbage. 

20. Disposal of ashes, dirt and garbage. 

21. Removal of snow 

28. Expert 

35. Fees, service of venires, etc 

37. Photographic and blueprinting 

39. General plant 

42. Repairing streets, etc 

C. Equipment: 

2. Machinery 

3. Electrical 

4. Motor vehicles 

5. Motorless vehicles 

6. Stable 

7. Furniture and fittings 

9. Office 



$81,310 59 



$343,257 25 

17,230 20 

8,086 66 



22 95 

577 88 

4 54 



9,871 45 
336 85 



5 00 

37 00 

224 66 



311 58 
1,575 52 



1344,983 59 

21,564 65 

8,130 34 

210 50 

87 48 

127 26 

282 42 

2,746 00 

8,832 29 

131 00 

91 00 

269 30 



14 80 



75 00 

15 00 

192 50 

119 02 



81 00 

1 20 

34,431 00 



2,626 80 



6,603 40 



98 00 



47 86 
87 08 



134 65 



36 00 



112 00 



68,283 68 



69 08 



Public Works Department. 



Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget, 
to December 31, 1927. 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 


$5,812 75 


.$1,052,429 37 
56,272 48 
62,857 84 


$1,729,951 26 

74,785 48 

146,748 32 

440 00 

60 00 

110 20 

58 46 

94,174 40 

4,872 19 

2,130 00 

3 00 

1,607 14 

37,896 20 

21,442 03 

6,189 00 

307 41 

410,823 36 

356,697 30 


$396,161 34 
10,138 00 
19,972 90 

109 30 

9 50 

1,605 56 

23 06 

511 11 

48,780 02 

1,240 32 


$901,450 18 

1,729 30 

32,112 82 

99 75 

65 50 

8,385 12 

29 38 

25 00 

5,178 73 

722 41 

50 00 

2,094 81 

17,292 11 

13 25 

519 62 

67 65 


$4,855,356 33 
181,720 11 




277,908 88 




859 55 


25 00 


56 85 

1,233 86 

21 44 

54,256 48 

2,114 47 

2,775 00 

12 00 

2,065 99 

25,832 84 

962 35 

4,264 30 

178 20 


292 28 

12,064 78 

419 30 




151,712 99 


937,822 54 


1,017,471 69 
7,335 58 




161 00 




801 66 

6,192 60 

179 80 

178 00 

53,592 69 


7,187 48 


51 84 


89,065 77 
22,732 08 




11,150 92 




54,196 75 




410,823 36 
357,164 75 




75 95 

217,078 64 

120 00 

964 00 


268 25 


123 25 




217,078 64 

1,862 90 

3,811 30 

266 20 






91 00 
328 30 


1,576 90 
1,354 00 

72 50 
43,645 01 
67,249 12 


10 00 


947 00 


4,973 29 


11,380 37 
13,615 63 

6,950 00 


36,734 17 


30,025 74 
2,391 74 


229,592 28 
83,256 49 

6,950 00 
467 61 










467 61 


770 11 


22,906 55 


19,587 26 

2,339 83 

1,010 07 

42 00 

77 22 


34,691 52 


21,982 01 


109,167 65 

2,339 83 

1,255 53 

200 69 




120 60 
30 00 


96 42 


28 44 

11 75 

430 04 








692 34 











10 



City Document No. 24. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 

From January 1, 1927, 



Group and Item. 


Central. 


Bridge. 


Ferry. 


C. 


Equipment; 






$736 08 




13 Tools and instruments 




$2,105,52 


2 331 14 
















60 91 
783 13 

1,129 48 

83 24 

3,363 04 


216 73 




17 General plant 




414 28 


D. 


Supplies: 
1 Office 


$3,249 98 


1,228 84 
73 80 








3 Fuel 




68,248 42 










5 Medical, surgical, laboratory 










8 Laundry, cleaning, toilet 


1 70 

258 81 


235 74 

1,294 91 

8 12 

1,014 14 

120 06 


314 21 




11 Motor vehicle 






13. Chemicals and disinfectants 


193 76 




16. General plant 




3,417 59 


E. 


Materials: 

1 . Building 




824 55 




2. Highway 








3. Bridges 




30,837 79 






4. Ferries 




9,695 27 














6. Water 














387 10 

952 94 

20 57 






10. Electrical 




1,211 65 










F. 


Special Items: 












4,260 76 

214 28 


6,103 53 








1,227 72 












Total 


$88,214 06 


$469,412 95 


$552,328 81 









Public Works Department. 



11 



Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget. — Concluded. 
to December 31, 1927. 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 












$736 08 




$17,560 93 


$11,139 46 

3,500 00 

95 65 

1,657 03 

4,157 20 

157 25 

3,379 70 

69,159 01 


$2,335 95 


$55,034 37 


90,507 37 




3,500 00 




4 60 
673 64 

5,545 77 

227 92 

13,201 30 

12,152 59 


983 70 
3,316 29 

1,927 71 

60 75 

50,652 11 

964 76 

11 17 

208 91 

3,474 53 

118 14 

2,244 14 

1,878 13 


264 10 
288 40 

9,614 61 

59 78 

1,774 98 

2,654 99 


1,625 69 


$3,878 00 
186 42 


11,010 77 

27,040 01 
662 74 




140,619 55 




84,931 35 




11 17 


112 87 


116 26 

16,785 67 

275 00 

4,801 97 

2,605 37 
205,889 44 


41 31 

46,239 93 

176 47 

962 06 

39 68 
28,091 27 


173 08 
7,466 37 

116 71 
6,521 69 

79 24 


1,091 21 

75,633 09 

888 20 




18,961 59 




5,547 03 




233,980 71 








30,837 79 












9,695 27 








10,168 37 




10,168 37 








246,943 28 


246,943 28 










387 10 




122 17 
20,590 76 


193 72 
53,216 12 


438 14 
6,187 81 


958 06 
3,005 05 

21,542 60 

15,277 61 

4,477 05 


3,876 68 




83,020 31 




21,542 60 




17,177 92 
3,907 28 


15,879 65 
15,409 71 


4,53l 02 
2,818 43 


63,230 49 




28,054 47 






$953,642 82 


$1,860,155 10 


$3,202,528 52 


$699,708 79 


$1,483,018 23 


$9,309,009 28 



12 



City Document No. 24. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 

From January 1, 1927, 



Group and Item. 



Central. 



Bridge. 



Ferry. 



Commissioner 

Division engineers 

Engineers in charge 

Clerks and stenographers . . 

Address printers 

Blueprinters 

Chauffeurs 

Cement testers 

Chief inspectors 

Chemist and assistant 

Cashiers 

Constables 

Captains 

Deckhands 

Drawtenders 

Draughtsman 

Engineers, assistants, civil . 

Engineers (steam) 

Electricians 

Emergencymen 

Foremen, general 

Foremen 

Subforemen 

Gatemen (ferry) 

Instrumentmen 

Rodmen 

Inspectors 

Inspector, property 



Laborers, janitors, teamsters, watchman, stablemen, 
etc. 



Mechanics 

Meter readers 

Medical inspectors 

Oilers and firemen 

Quartermasters 

Sewer gatemen, cleaners, etc. 



$9,000 00 



59,075 05 



3,335 87 
1,699 67 
5,200 00 



3,000 00 



$3,750 00 



3,703 47 



6,442 00 



231,181 77 

8,016 51 

17,540 46 



1,982 10 



2,258 05 
5,593 02 



5,043 91 

655 41 

4,192 30 



19,262 17 
30,177 75 



200 00 



$1,250 00 



1,500 00 



385 00 



2,157 94 



29,874 73 
41,503 13 



29,218 50 



1,852 10 



3,258 15 



25,890 70 



30,699 94 
40,055 62 



100 00 
89,626 76 
23,584 63 



Public Works Department. 



13 



Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget, 
to December 31, 1927. 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 












$9,000 00 


Sl,250 00 


$3,750 00 

800 00 

33,952 44 


$5,000 00 


$5,000 00 


$5,000 00 
3,675 00 

90,079 60 
1,300 00 


25,000 00 
4,475 00 


2,704 42 


5,213 31 


7,371 23 


203,599 52 
1,300 00 










3,335 87 




17,495 72 


125,003 23 


11,391 00 


22,801 29 


185,217 91 




5,200 00 




1,072 26 
1,100 00 








1,072 26 










1,100 00 








2,216 67 


4,374 61 




2,239 15 






2,239 15 










29,874 73 












41,503 13 












231,181 77 




2,103 12 
9,626 IS 
18,656 25 




5,729 51 
10,957 50 
12,840 32 

3,964 20 


4,200 00 

10,490 64 

1,721 50 


20,049 14 




1,568 19 


79,401 56 




33,218 07 






7,798 40 








32,091 66 


32,091 66 




3,000 00 
22,958 57 
35,222 05 




7,030 60 


13,288 75 




48,525 36 


27,464 48 
1,900 00 


101,206 46 






42,715 07 








25,890 70 




8,158 54 

1,337 30 

45,571 39 




16,304 64 

7 67 

40,545 88 


9,780 84 


39,287 93 






2,000 38 


1,858 33 


143,646 24 


52,412 39 


288,226 53 
3,000 00 




622,775 07 
200,476 44 


1,300,109 67 
75,845 58 


133,351 11 
40,037 99 


247,834 80 

312,384 93 

56,976 72 

600 00 

1,716 00 


2,354,032 76 




698,978 31 




56,976 72 




400 00 
7,977 00 


2,200 00 


100 00 
62,185 00 


3,600 00 




161,504 76 






23,584 63 








32,634 38 




32,634 38 













14 



City Document No. 24. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 

From January I, 1927, 



Group and Item. 



Central. 



Bridge. 



Ferry. 



Supervisors 

Supervisor, deputy 

Storekeepers 

Superintendent and deputy . 

Telephone operators 

Tollmen 

Veterinarian 

Wharfingers 

Weighers 

Yardmasters 

Yardmen 



S3,258 33 



$1,657 89 



22,368 50 



Permanent (Totals). 

Temporary 

Unassigned 



$81,310 59 



$343,257 25 

17,230 20 

8,086 66 



$344,983 59 

21,564 65 

8,130 34 



Totals. 



$81,310 59 



$368,574 11 



$374,678 58 



Public Works Department. 



15 



Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget. — Concluded. 
to December 31, 1927. 



Lighting. 


Pa\-ing. 


Sanitary. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 




$2,700 00 


$4,000 00 
3,500 00 
1,657 89 




$2,058 04 


$12,016 37 






3,500 00 








1,900 00 
6,358 33 
1,304 17 


5,215 78 




2,500 00 


$3,415 90 


12,274 23 




1,400 00 


2,704 17 








22,368 50 




500 00 


2,250 00 
3,516 01 
1,657 89 
1,657 89 
3,200 00 


125 00 


125 00 


3,000 00 




3,516 01 




1,657 89 






3,315 78 






1,858 12 
3,200 00 


3,516 01 




6,400 00 


3,169 32 


15,969 32 






$5,812 75 


$1,052,429 37 
56,272 48 
62,857 84 


$1,729,951 26 
74,785 48 
146,748 32 


$396,161 34 
10,138 00 
19,972 90 


.$901,450 18 

1,729 30 

32,112 82 


$4,855,356 33 
181,720 11 




277,908 88 






$5,812 75 


$1,171,559 69 


$1,951,485 06 


$426,272 24 


$935,292 30 


$5,314,985 32 



16 



City Document No. 24. 



The expenditures under the several appropriations for the 
different services for the year 1927 were as follows: 



Divisions and Services. 



Current 
Expenses. 



Special 
Appropri- 
ations. 



Total 
Expenditures 



Balance 
December 
31, 1927. 



Central Office. . . 
Bridge Service. . 
Ferry Service. . . 
Lighting Service. 
Paving Service. . 
Sanitary Service. 
Sewer Service. . . . 
Water Service. . . 



Totals . 



$88,214 06 

469,412 95 

552,328 81 

953,642 82 

1,860,155 10 

3,202,528 52 

699,708 79 

1,483,018 23 



$236,667 76 
154,084 85 



1,836,700 79 

42,330 00 

973,960 36 

369,855 96 



$88,214 06 

706,080 71 

706,413 66 

953,642 82 

3,696,855 89 

3,244,858 52 

1,673,669 15 

1,852,874 19 



309,009 28 $3,613,599 72 $12,922,609 00 $1,877,575 61 



1 $214,012 78 
= 238,959 16 



152,195 46 

2,464 84 

1,080,670 28 

189,273 09 



1 Authorized, but not issued, $85,000. 

2 Authorized, but not issued, .$50,000. 

3 Authorized, but not issued, $750,000. 



Public Works Department. 



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18 



City Document No. 24. 



Revenues, 1927. 

On Account of the Public Works Department, as Per Auditor's 

Statement. 



Bridge Service General Revenue: 






Third Payment Chelsea Bridge 


I 




South 


$25,000 00 




Chelsea Bridge North (Revere) 


1,595 44 




Labor and material 


9,694 75 




Junk 


15 00 




Rent 


200 00 


$36,505 19 






Chelsea Bridge South (Sinking 




Fund) : 






From City of Chelsea . 




68,178 90 


Charlestown Bridge (Sinking Fund) 






Rents 




2,627 65 


Broadway Bridge, South Boston 




(Sinking Fund) : 






From Boston Elevated Railway 




4,000 00 


Ferry Service General Revenue : 






Tolls ..... 


$73,308 13 




Headhouse privileges 






300 00 




Rents 






589 50 




Cleaning . 








48 00 




Telephone 








92 04 




Sale of pontoon 








50 00 




Sale of ferryboats 








14,835 70 




Free ferries July 4 








1 00 




Junk 








18 00 








89,242 37 






Lighting Service General Revenue : 






Lighting bridges . 


$1,462 37 




Damage to posts . 


718 00 




Sale of junk .... 


8 87 


2,189 24 






Paving Service General Revenue : 






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Permits . 






26,681 83 




Labor and material 






2,630 33 




Inspectors 






108 00 




Damage to auto 






200 40 




Damage to signs . 






63 46 




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8 05 




Constructing driveway 






109 26 




Use of roller . 






10 00 




Sale of roller . 






200 00 




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$56,852 62 


$202,743 35 



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Brought foward . . . . 
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Revised Ordinances, 1914) 
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Sale of horses . 
Artificial sidewalks 
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Disposal of sewage 




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178 19 




Penalty on oil 




1,813 56 




Penalty on coal 




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Rents 


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24,396 26 






Sanitary Service General Revenue : 






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Sale of manure 




2,138 78 




Sale old material . 




4 00 




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1 39 




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97,864 87 






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$379 16 




Labor and materials 


649 18 








1,028 34 


Water Service General Revenue : 




Water rates .... 


$3,913,117 06 




Fees .... 




7,157 13 




Off and on 




2,734 00 




Labor and material 




3,086 14 




Sale of material 




7,755 85 




Meter tests 




288 75 




Service pipes . 




. 106,981 97 




Interest . 




2,321 65 




Fire pipes 




31,491 29 




Carried foward . 


$4,074,933 84 


$391,967 31 



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$4,074,933 84 $391,967 31 


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546 00 


Damage to hydrants 






1,364 69 


Carrying water 






139 49 


Relocating pipes . 






7 29 


Pick holes 






287 18 


Relocating hydrants 






1,735 66 


Thawing pipes 






13 85 


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Public Works Department. 35 

The following changes were made in pavement during 
the year : 

0.01 mile or 1,036 square yards sheet asphalt changed to bitulithic. 
0.00 mile or 151 square yards sheet asphalt changed to granite block. 
0.00 mile or 37 square yards asphalt concrete changed to bitulithic. 
0.03 mile or 699 square yards bitulithic changed to sheet asphalt. 
0.00 mile or 6 square yards bitulithic changed to granite block. 
0.01 mile or 104 square yards bitulithic changed to concrete. 
0.01 mile or 100 square yards Topeka changed to sheet asphalt. 
0.00 mile or 51 square yards Topeka changed to bitulithic. 
0.80 mile of 28,953 square yards granite block changed to sheet asphalt. 
0.26 mile or 12,443 square yards granite block changed to bitulithic. 
0.72 mile or 17,659 square yards granite block changed to concrete. 
0.03 mile or 578 square yards wood block changed to sheet asphalt. 

1.46 miles or 42,321 square yards wood block changed to bitulithic. 
0.02 mile or 358 square yards wood block changed to granite block. 
0.01 mile or 278 square yards plank on bridges changed to granite block. 
0.06 mile or 1,834 square yards plank on bridges changed to wood block. 
0.53 mile or 10,891 square yards brick changed to sheet asphalt. 

2.47 miles or 40,270 square yards macadam changed to sheet asphalt. 
0.22 mile or 3,321 square yards macadam changed to asphalt concrete. 
2.87 miles or 57,049 square yards macadam changed to bitulithic. 
0.30 mile or 8,240 square yards macadam changed to granite block. 
0.01 mile or 127 square yards macadam changed to plank on bridges. 
0.05 mile or 798 square yards macadam changed to concrete. 

2.49 miles or 40,164 square yards gravel changed to sheet asphalt. 
0.00 mile or 42 square yards gravel changed to asphalt concrete. 
1.53 miles or 24,111 square yards gravel, changed to bitulithic. 
0.49 mile or 7,987 square yards gravel changed to concrete. 
0.06 mile or 1,994 square yards gravel changed to macadam. 
0.04 mile or 2,198 square yards not graded changed to sheet asphalt. 
0.00 mile or 5,622 square yards not graded changed to granite block. 
0.01 mile or 300 square yards not graded changed to concrete. 
0.00 mile or 1,736 square yards not graded changed to macadam. 



Employees. 

The following tables show the number of requisitions 
made on the Civil Service Commission for men; the 
number appointed, reinstated, died, resigned, transferred 
and retired; also the grade and number of employees in 
the department: 

Requisitions made on the Civil Service Commission 
Number of men called .... 
Number of men certified .... 
Number of men appointed 
Provisional appointments made permanent 

Promotions allowed 

Reinstatements allowed .... 
Number of men resigned .... 
Number of men died 

* Nine on eligible list January 1, 1927 



mission 


35 




45 




98 




27 




1 




25 




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18 




40 



36 



City Document No. 24. 



Number retired under the Veterans' Retirement Act 
Number retired under the Boston Retirement Act 
Number of transfers to other departments . 
Number of transfers from other departments 
Number of men discharged 



1 
81 
14 

28 
5 



The records of the department show that there are 
now 3,052 persons eligible for employment in the several 
divisions and of that number 2,978 were upon the 
January, 1928, pay rolls. 



Grade and Number of Employees. 





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325 


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430 


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318 


413 


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Total Eligible Force. 



January 1, 1927 . 
January 1, 1928 . 



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185 


3 


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661 


336 


446 


539 


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Ferry 

Lighting 

Paving 

Sanitary 

Street Cleaning. 

Sewer 

Water 



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185 
2 
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619 
430 
325 
527 



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Totals. 



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* Includes eight Central Office employees who are paid on Water Service pay roll. 



PART II. 

APPENDICES. 



42 



City Document No. 24. 



APPENDIX A. 



Central Office. 



Appropriation 
Transfers 



,097 55 
116 51 











$88,214 06 


Expenditures from January 1, 1927, to December 


31, 1927 




88,214 06 


Expenditures. 






Salary, Commissioner 




$9,000 00 


Salaries of clerks, stenographers, etc. 




70,610 92 


Automobile expenses: 






Wages of chauffeur 


Sl,699 67 


Franklin sedan 




2,600 00 


Repairs, etc 




46 75 


Gasolene and oils . 




243 09 


Tires and tubes 




73 30 


Supplies 




147 13 


Registration .... 




15 00 








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Stationery 








786 54 


Postage 








475 39 


Telephone tolls .... 








37 00 


Burroughs adding machine 








98 00 


Directories 








52 50 


Photographs .... 








192 50 


Books, papers and office supplies 








266 00 


Premium on bonds . 








5 00 


Expenses of expert . 








75 00 






$88,214 06 



Public Works Department. 43 



APPENDIX B. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
BRIDGE AND FERRY DIVISION. 



Boston, January 1, 1928. 

Mr. James H. Sullivan, 

Commissioner oj Public Works. 

Dear Sir, — I respectfully submit the following 
report of the income, expenditures and operation of 
the Bridge and Ferry Division for the year ending 
December 31, 1927. The expenditures of the division 
in the regular maintenance appropriations of the depart- 
ment were $1,021,741.76. Under a number of special 
appropriations $390,752.61 were expended, making the 
total expenditures for the year $1,412,494.37. 

The more important works undertaken during the 
past year in the Bridge Service w^ere the rebuilding 
of the West Newton Street Bridge over the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad, and the reconstruc- 
tion of the spans of Broadway Bridge over the main 
Unes of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. 

In the Ferry Service a new electrically operated 
ferry bridge with its foundations was constructed at 
the North Ferry, East Boston. 

As noted in the reports for some years past, Congress 
Street Bridge is in very bad condition and should be 
rebuilt at once. Chapter 157 of the Acts 1926 author- 
ized the borrowing $800,000 outside the debt limit 
for this work and the act has been accepted by the city. 

The pile approaches to the draw span of Chelsea 
Bridge over the North channel of the Mystic river 
are steadily deteriorating and should be rebuilt pref- 
erably with steel superstructure on masonry piers. 
The work would cost approximately $1,500,000. 

An appropriation has been made for reconstruction 
of Columbus Avenue Bridge over the Boston & Albany 
Railroad, and the rebuilding should be completed in 
the summer of 1928. 



44 City Document No. 24. 

In connection with the widening of Morton, Ashland 
and River streets, the bridges on these streets should 
be rebuilt. 

In the Ferry Service two new boats should be pro- 
vided in place of the old wooden vessels which are unfit 
for the heavy motor traffic. The two old wooden ferry 
bridges should also be replaced by modern electrically 
operated steel bridges. 

Broadway Bridge, over New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad. 

The Boston Bridge Works of Boston was awarded a 
contract approved February 14, for the rebuilding of 
span 11 and 12 of this bridge. 

These spans are over the main line tracks of the rail- 
road and the steel was in badly corroded condition from 
the locomotive fumes. Traffic conditions are much 
improved by rebuilding as in the new design there 
was eliminated a through girder which in the old struc- 
ture was in the middle of the roadway so that now the. 
roadway is clear from curb to curb. The entire super- 
structure of these spans was rebuilt as well as the 
column bent at Pier 11. The new spans are of steel 
encased in concrete with concrete slab deck. The 
roadway is paved with granite block. The sidewajks 
are concrete; cast-iron plates are provided over the 
railroad tracks to protect the structure from the blast 
action of the locomotives. 

The old masonry piers were utilized as foundations 
for the new spans. Foot travel was maintained during 
construction by a temporary bridge built of wood and 
steel. A clearance of 16.12 feet was provided above 
the railroad tracks. This work was completed October 
10, 1927. The contract price for its construction was 
^,584.20. 



Charlestown Bridge, over Charles River. 
On June 10 a contract was approved with Maurice 
M. Devine for pointing the masonry piers of this bridge. 
The joints were carefully cleaned by hand tools and the 
pointing was done with a cement gun which forced 
the cement mortar completely into the cavities in the 
joints in a much more satisfactory manner than could 
be done by hand pointing. The joints were finished 
by hand tools to make a more satisfactory appearance. 



Public Woeks Department. 45 

In connection with this work the steelwork of the first 
plate girder span from the Boston side of the bridge on 
the westerly side was covered with a protective coating 
of gunite. This work was completed September 24. 
The contract price was $9,000.83. 

Chelsea Bridge North. 

April 4, 1927, a contract was approved with the Rendle 
Corporation for repairing the easterly end of the middle 
draw fender pier of Chelsea Bridge North which had 
been badly damaged by a steamer. New piling was 
driven and the timber work renewed where necessary. 
The work was completed June 14, 1927, at a cost to the 
city of 14,765.44. 

February 23 a contract was approved with the Boston 
Bridge Works for repairing the running mechanism of 
the draw span. This work consisted of adjusting the 
straps, rods and other machinery at the center bearing. 
The work was completed April 20 at a cost of $1,932.79. 

June 24 a contract was approved with Maurice M. 
Devine for furnishing and laying wood paving with 
asphalt joints on roadway of the draw span. The 
wooden flooring under the paving was repaired, water- 
proofing placed on this plank and then the wood block 
paving laid. The date of completion was August 20. 
The contract price for this work was $9,708.65. 

August 9 a contract was approved with the Rendle 
Corporation for repairing the westerly end of the north- 
erly fender pier which had been badly damaged by the 
steamer "Coulee" of the Fall River Navigation Com- 
pany. The entire west end of the pier was rebuilt for a 
distance of about 175 feet at a contractpriceof $10,984.01. 
Work was completed October 6. 

Chelsea Bridge South. 
A contract with the Boston Bridge Works, Inc., 
for repairing counterweight links and adjusting the 
shear locks at Chelsea Bridge over the South channel 
of the Mystic river was approved March 11, 1927. The 
contract cost was $1,939. 

Dorchester Avenue Bridge, over Fort Point Channel. 
November 3, 1927, a contract was approved with 
Maurice M. Devine for repairing the sidewalk on the 



46 City Document No. 24. 

northeasterly pile approach. The old asphalt sidewalk 
was removed and replaced with reinforced concrete. 
The planking, stringers and other timberwork support- 
ing the sidewalk was replaced with new lumber where 
necessary. This work is still in progress and will be 
completed at an early date. 

Meridian Street Bridge, over Chelsea Creek. 
September 13, 1927, a contract was approved with the 
Rendle Corporation for rebuilding the sidewalks of pile 
structure. The asphalt sidewalks which were nearly 
worn out were removed and replaced with reinforced 
concrete slabs with expansion joints every 30 feet. The 
wooden flooring carrying this slab was renewed where 
necessary. The piling supporting the sidewalks' was 
also repaired. The amount paid the contractors for 
this work was $9,136.08. Work was completed Novem- 
ber 22, 1927. 

Northern Avenue Bridge. 

The entire steel superstructure of this bridge was 
cleaned and painted under a contract approved July 1 
with Maurice M. Devine. After cleaning with scaling 
tools and wire brushes, a patch coat of red lead and 
linseed oil was applied followed by two coats of blue 
lead and linseed oil. The contract price for the work 
was $7,300; the date of completion was September 30, 

August 14 a contract was approved with W. H. Ellis 
& Son Company for repairing the wooden fenders with 
new piling and timber work. The work was completed 
September 20; the contract price was $4,842.12. 

December 15 a contract was approved with the 
Boston Bridge Works for furnishing labor and materials 
for the repairing of the turning mechanism of the 
draw span at an estimated cost of $3,000. This work 
is still in progress. It involves adjusting the wheels 
and spider rods, placing a new band on the outside of 
the wheels, new sleeves in the wheels, rebolting some 
track sections and some other minor repairs. Some 
leaks developed in the draw pit masonry and all the 
stone masonry facing was pointed. This greatly reduced 
the flow of water but there is no assurance that the 
leaking condition will not arise again as this draw 
foundation has been settling. The cost of pointing 
was $7,300. 



Public Works Department. 47 

Summer Street Bridge, over Reserved Channel. 

A contract with the Rendle Corporation was approved 
May 25 for replacing old piling, repairing bracing, wal- 
ing and other timber work of the waterway of this 
bridge. This work was completed July 2. The con- 
tract price was $3,906.20. 

West Newton Street Bridge, over New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad. 

A new steel bridge superstructure has been built on 
the old abutments, replacing the old superstructure 
which was in bad condition due to corrosion of the iron- 
work. The new bridge is of the deck plate girder type, 
has one roadway and two sidewalks. The roadway is 
of reinforced concrete slab construction paved with 
3^-inch granite block and the sidewalks are granolithic. 
The sidewalk slabs are removable to enable repairs to 
be easily made to the pipes underneath. All steel below 
the floor surface is covered with concrete and protected 
from blast by cast-iron plates. A clearance of about 
16 feet was provided over the railroad tracks. The 
bridge was built by the A. G. Tomasello & Son Com- 
pany, under a contract approved January 21, 1927. 
The work was completed June 29, 1927, at a contract 
cost of $34,851.06. 

Important repair jobs were done by the day labor 
force of the Bridge Service as follows: Blue Hill Avenue 
Bridge. On both roadways new stringers were placed 
by the railroad and on these was laid new creosoted 
tongued and grooved planking on which was placed a 
surface of wood block paving with asphalt joints 
instead of the wooden sheathing formerly used. 

Fairmount Avenue Bridge, over the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad. — A completely new wooden 
floor was built for the roadway; new stringers were 
placed by the railroad, new creosoted tongued and 
grooved planking spiked to the stringers by the city 
force and on this was laid wood block paving with 
asphalt joints, taking the place of the wooden sheathing. 

Summer Street Bridge, over Fort Point Channel. — The 
wooden flooring of the roadway of both leaves of the 
draw span, including stringers under plank and top 
plank, was renewed. 

West Fourth Street Bridge, over the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad. — The wooden flooring of 



48 City Document No. 24. 

the two roadways was completely renewed, the railroad 
placing new wooden stringers and the city force con- 
structing the under plank and wearing surface. 

Granite Avenue Bridge. 

The care and control of this bridge is vested in a 
commission consisting of the Mayor of the City of Bos- 
ton and the chairman of the Board of Selectmen of 
the town of Milton. 

One half the expense of maintenance is paid by the 
County of Suffolk and one half by the town of Milton. 
Chapter 58 of the Acts of 1915 provides for this. 

The wooden flooring of the bridge should be com- 
pletely renewed. The steel should be completely 
repainted. 

The Milton approach of this bridge keeps crowding 
forward to the draw crack and it is going to be a question 
of time when something radical will have to be done to 
keep the draw span free in hot weather so that it can be 
operated. 

Marginal Street Sidewalk, East Boston. 

June 21 a contract was approved with Edward J. 
McHugh of East Boston for placing filling, slope paving 
and building a wire fence in place of an old collapsed 
bulkhead about 250 feet long, on Marginal street, near 
Jeffries Point. This work was under the supervision 
of this division for the Highway Division and was com- 
pleted July 22. The contract price for the work was 
$3,581.07. 

Albany Street Wharf. 

September 9 a contract was approved with Walsh 
& Co. for general repairs to this station. New timber 
was placed on the ramps and platform, the lower plat- 
form was replaced by filling surface with granite block 
paving, two short concrete retaining walls built and other 
miscellaneous work done. The contract price was 
$11,855.30. The work was completed October 18 and 
was done under the supervision of this division for the 
Sanitary Division of the Public Works Department. 

Deer Island Steamboat Wharf. 
August 1 a contract was approved with the Rendle 
Corporation for repairing this wharf. The work con- 
sisted of renewing decayed piling and timber work, 



Public Woeks Department. * 49 

moving the landing drop and machinery and construct- 
ing new pile spring fenders. The contract was com- 
pleted December 1. The contract price for the work 
was $7,168.68. This work was done under the super- 
vision of this division for the Penal Institutions Depart- 
ment. 

Firehoat Wharf at Northern Avenue. 
A contract was approved with the FrankUn Engineer- 
ing Company May 26 for repairing the wharf and slip 
for the fireboat Engine 44 of the Fire Department. 
Some old piles and timber work were renewed. The 
payment to the contractor was $2,041. The work was 
done under the supervision of this division for the Fire 
Department and was completed June 23. 

Fort Hill Wharf. 
July 8 a contract was approved with Walsh & Co. 
for repairing this station. Foundation piling was 
strengthened, new ramps built, new windows installed 
and other miscellaneous repairs made. The contractors 
were paid $11,699.85 for the work which was completed 
December 27. This work was done under the super- 
vision of this division for the Sanitary Division of the 
Public Works Department. 



50 • City Document No. 24. 



FERRY SERVICE. 



The following steam ferryboats are in commission: 

When Gross 

Name. Built. Type. Length. Tonnage. 

Noddle Island (rebuilt) 1921 Propeller 174 ft. 5 in. 564 

General Sumner 1900 " 164 " 3 " 450 

John H. SulUvan 1912 " 172 " 3 " 527 

Lieutenant Flaherty 1921 " 174 " 727 

Ralph J. Palumbo 1921 " 174 " 755 

Charles C. Donoghue 1926 " 174 " 4 in. 756.77 

Daniel A. MacCormack 1926 " 174 " 4 " 756.77 

Two of these boats, the ''Noddle Island" and the 
"General Sumner," should be replaced by new steel 
boats as they are not suitable to handle the existing 
traffic. 

A contract with the Richard T. Green Company for 
repairing the ferryboats ''Charles C. Donoghue" and 
"Daniel A. MacCormack" was approved September 
20, 1927. The amount paid under the contract was 
$9,532.20. The hulls of the boats were cleaned and 
painted, some rivets repaired, some welding done on the 
propellers and some minor repairs made. 

On February 24 two of the ferryboats were sold at 
auction, the "Hugh O'Brien" and the "Governor 
Russell." The "Hugh O'Brien" was sold for $1,600 
and the "Governor Russell" was sold for $15,000. 

"Lieutenant Flaherty." January 27, 1927. 

A contract with the Richard T. Green Company for 
repairs to the hull and equipment of the "Lieutenant 
Flaherty" was approved January 27, 1927. Rivets 
were repaired or replaced as necessary, the hull cleaned 
and painted, main engines and auxiliaries adjusted and 
a new turbine generator installed. The work was com- 
pleted March 10, 1927, at a contract cost of $5,367.80. 

"Noddle Island." 

A contract with the Atlantic Works for repairing the 
hull, etc., of the ferryboat "Noddle Island" was 
approved January 7, 1927, as the ends of the boat were 



Public Works Department. ' 51 

sagging, the concrete ballast was removed, repairs made 
to the hull, new telegraph connections installed, the 
hull cleaned and painted, the main shaft lined up and 
some other repairs made to the engines and hull. The 
contract cost was $9,968.59 and was completed March 9, 
1927. 

A contract with Richard T. Green Company for 
repairs to the ''Ralph J. Palumbo" was approved 
April 8, 1927. Rivets and seams were repaired, the 
hull cleaned and painted, the ends repaired, a new tur- 
bine generator installed, some machine repairs made, 
and one rudder repaired. The amount paid under the 
contract was $8,200.40. 

A contract with the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corpora- 
tion, Ltd., for furnishing and installing new boilers 
in the ferryboat ''John H. Sullivan," was approved 
June 16, 1927. The amount paid on the contract was 
$28,895. The work consisted in removing the existing 
boilers, building and installing two single end Scotch 
marine boilers complete with steam drum, furnishing 
and installing a new air pump, and furnishing and install- 
ing two new steam steering engines. The new boilers 
complied with the requirements of the American Bureau 
of Shipping. 

A contract with the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corpora- 
tion, Ltd., for repairing the ferryboat "General Sumner" 
was approved June 22, 1927. The amount paid under 
the contract was $9,190. The work consisted chiefly in 
cleaning and painting the hull and superstructure, fur- 
nishing and installing a new tail shaft, making some 
repairs to frames and planking of hull, and overhauling 
some of the machinery. 

A contract with the Atlantic Works for repairing 
bronze propeller blades was approved May 6, 1927. 
Six blades were recast. Cost, $930. 

Another contract was approved with the Atlantic 
Works on November 15, 1927, and six more blades were 
recast. Cost, $906. 

A contract with W. H. Ellis & Son Company for 
repairing piers at the North and South Ferries was 
approved October 11, 1927. 

The amount paid on the contract was $22,620. 

The outer half of the middle pier, North Ferry, 
Boston, was rebuilt, and repairs made to all the other 
piers with the exception of the North Pier, North Ferry, 
East Boston. New piles were driven where needed 



52 City Document No. 24. 

in place of old ones, new oak girders placed as necessary 
and miscellaneous repairs made. 

A contract with J. Edward Ogden Company was 
approved March 18, 1927, for building an electrically 
operated ferry bridge with accompanying mechanism 
at the North Ferry, East Boston. This bridge is of the 
same type as described in the annual report of 1924. 
The amount of the contract was $140,500. 

A contract with W. H. Ellis & Son Company was 
approved March 22, 1927, for building foundations for 
the new ferry bridge. Two concrete piers supported 
on piles were built to carry the towers at the outer end 
of the bridge and a spread footing of reinforced concrete 
constructed to carry the inner end. The amount paid 
under the contract for the foundations was $26,789. 

At the headhouse. North Ferry, Boston side, a new 
gas boiler was installed for heating purposes. The 
heating equipment was entirely renewed. A new ceiling 
was erected to cut down the amount of radiation required 
and the building is being heated far better than formerly 
and with much less cost. 

Yours respectfully, 

John E. Carty, 

Division Engineer. 



Public Works Department. 



53 



BRIDGE SERVICE. 



Financial Statement, 1927. 
Expenditures from Maintenance Appropriation. 
Boston bridges $452,916 60 



Boston and Cambridge bridges 



16,496 35 



Total Expenditures. 

From maintenance appropriation . $469,412 95 
From special appropriations . . 233,637 77 



,412 95 



$703,050 72 



EXPENDITURES ON BOSTON BRIDGES. 



(1.) 



Administration : 




Salaries : 




Division engineer . 


$3,750 00 


Supervisor 


3,258 33 


Engineers and draugh 


ts- 


men .... 


31,256 29 


Clerk .... 


2,100 00 


Inspectors 


4,192 30 


Medical inspector 


200 00 


Foreman 


2,258 05 


Veterans' pensions 


4,260 76 


Holiday 


6,757 07 


Vacations 


1,955 84 


Injured employees 


214 28 


Printing, postage and si 


.a- 


tionery 


1,052 16 


Travelling expense 


273 78 


Telephone and telegrams 


43 15 


Engineers supplies and i 


n- 


struments . 


174 04 


Repairing instruments 


100 15 


Typewriter inspection . 


32 00 


Office supplies 


140 36 


Blueprint room . 


216 63 




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54 



City Document No. 24. 



(2.) Yard and Stockroom : 
Yard: 

Clerk, janitor and watch- 
men . 
Travelling expense 
Tools, new . 
Tools, repaired 
Telephone 
Repairing buildings 
New tool houses . 
Supplies . 



,190 97 
242 90 
966 88 
552 62 
235 63 
552 81 
680 47 
299 83 





$6,722 11 


Stockroom : 




Stock purchased . 


$11,019 17 


Stock used . 


13,368 60 


Decrease in stock, 


O 0/\f\ AO 





$4,372 68 



Automobiles, Trucks and Compressor. 



Truck, 
B-1. 



Truck, 
B-2. 



Auto, 
B-3* 



Auto, 
B-4.* 



Auto, 
B-5. 



Compressor, 
B-6. 



Total. 



Cost, new 

Chauffeurs' wages. 

Storage 

Repairs 

Stipplies 



$3,225 00 



$1,330 00 



$1,642 01 



Tires and tubes (new 
and repaired) 



Gasolene and oil , 

Registration 

Equipment 



$511 30 
24 20 

407 08 

248 50 

2 00 



47 66 
54 25 

149 77 

262 08 

4 00 

286 50 



234 13 

55 88 

65 40 

222 72 

10 00 



387 36 
3 87 

67 01 

211 23 

10 00 



$1,300 00 

1,244 41 

20 00 

186 21 

41 87 

162 02 

353 63 

17 00 



$3 00 



80 95 

4 00 

282 68 



55,855 00 

2,886 42 

20 00 

1,369 66 

180 07 

851 28 

1,379 11 

47 00 

569 18 



Totals. 



$1,193 08 



$4,029 26 



$1,918 13 



$2,321 48 



$3,325 14 



$370 63 



$13,157 22 



* Auto B-3 was used by foreman and B-4 by supervisor until December 27, 1927, when B-4 was transferred to 
foreman and a new auto purchased for supervisor and numbered B-3. 



Public Works Department. 

Tide Water Bridges. 



55 



Bridges. 


Drawtenders' 
Salaries. 


Mechanics' 
Wages. 


Material. 


Repair 
Bills. 


Supplies. 


Total. 




$16,363 66 
22,455 19 
18,728 93 
18,769 59 

16.381 04 
16,779 63 
16,340 66 
16,376 74 

16.382 94 
16,760 71 
16,689 46 
18,935 89 
16,846 70 
17,139 32 


$463 35 
1,676 43 
3,257 01 
390 30 
1,467 14 
803 45 
1,333 30 
2,339 90 
1,345 71 
1,809 13 
1,024 40 
4,375 01 
3,520 26 
3,998 02 


$81 81 
1,983 92 
1,313 07 


$1,224 14 
2,000 86 
3,851 34 

966 81 
1,005 09 
1,815 10 

857 07 
1,652 16 

520 87 
1,250 04 
1,222 48 
6,877 08 
1,190 95 
1,497 47 


$272 04 
494 65 

1,496 07 

1.170 12 
349 78 

1,184 24 
372 32 

292 10 

293 64 
809 85 
398 95 

5,044 76 
358 84 
882 00 


$18,405 00 
28,611 05 
28,646 42 
21,296 82 
19,784 80 
21,150 83 
19,377 34 
21,689 71 
18,908 07 
21,508 69 
19,714 54 
42,309 46 
28,330 04 
24,705 62 




Chelsea North 


Chelsea South 




581 75 

568 41 

473 99 

1,028 81 

365 51 

878 96 

379 25 

7,076 72 

6,413 29 

1,188 81 




Dorchester Avenue 


L Street* 


Maiden 


Meridian Street 

Northern Avenue 


Warren 




Totals 


$244,950 46 


$27,803 41 


$22,334 30 


$25,931 46 


$13,419 36 


$334,438 39 



* Now Summer Street over Reserved Channel. 



Repairs on Inland Bridges. 



Bridges. 



Labor 

and 

Material. 



Albany Street 

AUston Street 

A Street Stairs 

Austin Street — Prison Point 

Arlington Street 

Babson Street 

Beacon Street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. . 

Bennington Street 

Berkeley Street 

Blue Hill Avenue 

Boston Street, over railroad 

Boylston Street, over Boston & Albany Railroad 

B Street Stairs 

Brooks Street Stairs 

Carried forward 



$397 14 

196 82 

123 68 

22 34 

981 38 

53 33 

38 99 

31 45 

89 44 

5,504 49 

116 28 

933 91 

174 13 

675 00 



$9,338 38 



56 



City Document No. 24. 

Repairs 07i Inland Bridges. — Continued. 



Bridqes. 



Labor 

and 

Material. 



Brought forward 

Byron Street 

C Street Stairs 

Cambridge Bridge 

Cambridge Street, Allston 

Central Avenue 

Chelsea Street, over viaduct 

Columbus Avenue 

Dana Avenue 

Dartmouth Street 

Dorchester Avenue, over railroad 

Everett Street 

Fairmount Avenue 

Ferdinand Street 

Gove Street (Foot) 

Harvard Street 

Huntington Avenue 

Hyde Park Avenue 

Jones Avenue (Foot) 

Massachusetts Avenue, over New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. 

Massachusetts Avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad 

Metropolitan Avenue 

Milton Street 

Milton Lower Mills 

Morton Street 

Neptune Road 

New Allen Street 

Oakland Street 

Public Landing (Northern Avenue) 

Peabody Square 

Redfield Street 

Reservoir Road 

Sprague Street 

Shawmut Avenue 

Southampton Street 

Summer Street, over A street 



»9,338 38 

3 72 

39 55 

1 20 

17 94 

139 65 

190 00 

211 68 

427 83 
300 00 
118 53 

28 14 
6,857 25 

428 62 
439 26 

3 00 

65 14 

1 48 

51 00 

197 77 

129 34 
70 67 

270 88 
60 00 
73 90 
98 66 

194 20 
65 62 

390 00 
19 00 

104 04 

' 77 07 

54 48 

37 86 

720 34 

166 41 



Carried forward . 



$21,392 61 



Public Works Department. 

Repairs on Inland Bridges. — Concluded. 



57 



Bridges. 



Labor 

and 

Material. 



Brought forward 

Summer Street, over B Street. 
Summer Street, over C Street. 

Stuart Street 

Toll Gate Way (Foot) 

Wadsworth Street 

West Fourth Street 

West Rutland Square (Foot) . . 

Winthrop 

Cleaning Bridges 

Snow 



S21,392 61 

759 06 

2 10 

24 00 

232 55 

229 26 

7,451 61 

19 GO 

37 20 

3,480 00 

5,085 23 



Total. 



,712 62 



Summary of Expenditures 

Administration 

Yard and stockroom 

Automobiles, trucks and compressor 

Tide water bridges 

Inland bridges 



Total 



$62,235 19 
4,372 68 

13,157 72 
334,438 39 

38,712 62 

$452,916 60 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 



Material 



BRIDGES, REPAIRS, ETC. 

Blue Hill Avenue Bridge. 



$7,388 96 



Brooks Street Stairs. 

Repair bills 

Transit Department pay roll .... 

Charlestown Bridge. 
Steves Lacios Company 

Paint 

The Boston Bridge Works, Inc. 
Maurice M. Devine 
Advertising .... 
Traveling expense 
Transit Department pay roll 



Carried forward $21,891 36 



$468 95 
1,509 60 


1,978 55 
12,523 85 


$1,621 81 

105 93 

1,442 98 

9,000 83 

7 50 

4 00 

340 80 





58 



City Document No. 24. 



Brought forward $21,891 36 

Charlestown Bridge Storehouse, Paving Approaches To. 



S. J. Tomasello 



384 02 



Chelsea Bridge North. 

The Boston Bridge Works, Inc $1,932 79 

Maurice M. Devine 9,708 65 

The Rendle Corporation 



Repair bills 
Advertising 
Photographs . 
Traveling expense 
Engineering . 



16,531 52 

700 72 

23 25 

30 00 

22 56 

584 95 



Chelsea Bridge South. 
The Boston Bridge Works, Inc 

Congress Street Bridge. 

R. H. Baker & Co., Inc 

C. & R. Construction Company 



$89 55 
790 36 



Chelsea Street, over Boston & Maine Railroad. 
Buck-MacDonald Company 



Dorchester Avenue Bridge. 



W. H. Ellis & Son Company 
Maurice M. Devine 
Advertising .... 



Dover Street Bridge. 

Repair bills 

Transit Department pay roll .... 



Everett Street Bridge. 



V. James Grande 
Advertising 



51,625 87 

2,396 38 

8 00 



$196 49 
97 20 



3,150 00 
8 80 



Meridian Street Bridge. 



The Rendle Corporation 
Advertising . 
Traveling expense 



Northern Avenue Bridge. 



3,679 28 
8 00 
5 10 



29,534 44 
1,939 12 

879 91 
329 71 

4,030 25 

293 69 

8,158 80 

8,692 38 



Maurice M. Devine 
W. H. Ellis & Son Company 
Advertising .... 
Repair bills .... 
New pump .... 
Transit Department pay roll 
Engineering .... 



$7,300 00 

4,842 12 

15 50 

17 36 

573 00 

62 00 

467 96 



Carried forward 



13,277 94 
f89,411 62 



Public Works Department. 59 

Brought forward $89,411 62 

Summer Street Bridge, over Fort Point Channel. 
C. & R. Construction Company $507 38 

W. H. Ellis & Son Company \ . . 124 77 

Advertising 7 75 

Transit Department pay roll .... 298 70 

938 60 

Summer Street Bridge, over Reserved Channel. 

The Rendle Corporation $3,906 22 

Advertising 5 40 

License 1 00 

3,912 42 

Warren Bridge. 

The Rendle Corporation $7,176 30 

Motors and control 2,646 83 

Installing motors ■ 943 00 

Power connection with Boston Elevated Rail- 
way ......... 103 53 

Guard rail around motors 87 00 

New heater 850 00 

11,806 66 

West Fourth Street Bridge. 

Lumber $8,257 65 

Iron 31 77 

Travehng expense 3 60 

Tools 48 00 

8,341 02 

A Street Stairs. 
Transit Department pay roll 340 80 

Albany Street Bridge. 
Transit Department pay roll 81 60 

Arlington Street Bridge. 
Repair bills 1,480 63 

B Street Stairs. 
Transit Department pay roll 340 80 

Berkeley Street Bridge. 
Repair bills 147 75 

Broadway Bridge. 
Repairs 370 13 

Chelsea Street Bridge. 
Advertising 9 90 

Columbus Avenue Bridge. 

Repair bills $20 79 

Flagman 42 11 

Photographs 33 00 

Transit Department pay roll .... 32 80 

128 70 

Carried jorward $117,310 63 



60 



City Document No. 24. 



Brought forward 

Huntington Avenue Bridge. 
Transit Department pay roll 



$117,310 63 

48 80 
$117,359 43 



Broadway Bridge, South Boston 
The Boston Bridge Works, Inc. 
Inspection of steel 
Advertising .... 
Traveling expense 

Material 

Waterproofing and plastic on car rails 
Removing and installing car service . 
Engineers' supplies .... 
Engineering 



$68,584 20 

118 72 

23 75 

124 35 

21 58 

186 13 

186 75 

31 05 

2,708 74 

$71,985 27 



Tremont Street Bridge. 



Adjusting pavement 
Foundation pier 
Rail guards 
Grillage beams 
New lights 
Installing lights 
Painting lights 
Traveling expense 
Engineering . 



$643 50 
460 09 
407 99 
110 72 
314 90 
794 06 
22 00 
2 80 
416 20 

$3,172 26 



West Newton Street Bridge. 
A. G. Tomasello & Son, Inc. 
Inspection of steel 
Advertising 
Setting plates 
Traveling expense 
Engineers' supplies 
Engineering . 



$34,851 06 
98 49 

23 75 

33 28 

14 90 

31 84 

4,298 19 

$39,351 51 



Morton Street Improvements. 
Photographs 

Oakland and Ashland Streets, Improvements. 

Photographs $33 00 

Engineering 644 37 

River Street Construction. 

Test holes $195 43 

Photographs 33 00 

Engineering 821 50 



$44 00 



$677 37 



$1,049 93 



Public Works Department. 



61 



Expenditures from Special Appropriations, 1927. 



Balance 
from 
1926. 



Total Credits 
Including 
Balances 
Carried 
Over and 
Transfers. 



Expended 

During Year 

1927. 



Balances 

Unexpended 

December 31, 

1927. 



Beacon Street Bridge, rebuild- 
ing 



Bridges, repairs, etc. . 
Bridge, 



Broadway 
Boston. 



South 



Cambridge Street Bridge, re- 
building 



Congress Street Bridge, plans, 
etc 



Dartmouth Street Bridge 

* Massachusetts Avenue Bridge 

Tremont Street Bridge 

West Newton Street Bridge . . . . 

t Morton Street Improvements, 

t Oakland and Ashland Streets 
Improvements 



t River street reconstruction. 



$4,115 37 
43,436 32 

67,709 36 

16,894 92 

13,882 04 
2,746 14 
14,096 01 
53,224 93 
44,776 16 



$4,115 37 
143,436 32 

77,709 36 

16,894 92 

13,882 04 

2,746 14 

4,096 01 

53,224 93 

44,776 16 



$117,359 43 



71,985 27 



$260,881 25 



$360,881 25 



3,172 26 

39,351 51 

44 00 

677 37 

1,049 93 



$233,639 77 



$4,115 37 
26,076 89 

5,724 09 

16,894 92 

13,882 04 
2,746 14 
4,096 01 

50,052 67 
5,424 65 



$129,012 78 



* $10,000 transferred to Broadway Bridge, South Boston, 
t See also Paving Service. 



62 



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FERRY SERVICE. 



Financial Statement for the Year Ending 
December 31, 1927. 

1. Receipts. 

Total cash receipts during the year . . . $89,242 37 
Cash in hands of tollmen at beginning of year . 200 00 



,442 37 



Cash paid over to City Collector .... -189,242 37 
Cash in hands of tollmen December 31, 1927 . 200 00 



,442 37 



2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 

Received from annual appropriations for Ferry 

Service . . _ $547,038 06 

Transferred from Bridge Service . $5,238 86 
Transferred from Lighting Service . 51 89 

5,290 75 



$552,328 81 
Unexpended balances from special 

appropriations, January 1, 1927 . $368,044 01 
Appropriation from taxes for ferry 

improvements, etc. . . . 25,000 00 

393,044 01 



$945,372 82 
Total expenditures 706,413 66 



Unexpended balances of special appropriations, 
December 31, 1927 * $238,959 16 

3. Result of Operations for the Year. 

Receipts for the year (net income) .... $89,242 37 
Ordinary expenses (maintenance 

appropriation) .... $547,038 06 
Interest paid on ferry debt . . 55,007 50 



Carried forward .... $602,045 56 $89,242 37 

* Of this amount $50,000 in loans has been authorized, but not issued. 



Public Works Department. 65 

Brought forward .... S602,045 56 189,242 37 

Depreciation on ferryboats . . 80,114 23 
Decrease in value of machinery and 

tools 518 93 

Decrease in value of supplies on 

hand 252 72 



Increase in value of fuel on hand 


$682,931 44 
1,420 10 


Net outgo for the year 


. 681,511 34 


Net loss for the year 


.* $592,268 97 



* Does not include expenditures for special appropriations. 



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Comparative Balance Sheets at the Close of Each Year, 



January 31, 
1924. 



January 31, 
1925. 



December 31, 
1925. 



December 31, 
1926. 



December 31, 
1927. 



-Issf/s. 
Cash, tollmen's capital. ... 

Rents receivable 

Fuels and supplies in stock. 



City Treasurer (balance of appro- 
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Ferryboats (less depreciation) . 
Machinery and tools 



Real estate, land and buildings 
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23,097 11 

113,072 86 

914,754 98 

1,624 14 

610,100 00 



$200 00 

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20,088 22 

217,676 36 

857,439 71 

4,163 58 

610,100 00 



$200 00 

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18,366 96 

1,020,064 26 

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3,747 23 

610,100 00 



$200 00 

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11,589 19 

368,044 01 

1,270,288 27 

4,634 31 

610,100 00 



Total tangible assets. 



Cost of avenues, etc.. East Boston 
(previous to 1871) i 

Deficiency of assets (loss) 

Totals 



$1,663,241 44 

315,816 68 
8,149,845 42 



$1,710,157 OS 

315,815 68 
8,966,610 71 



$2,453,195 23 

315,815 68 
9,726,416 60 



$2,265,439 12 

315,815 68 
10,465,340 20 



$10,128,902 .54 



$10,992, .583 4: 



12,495,427 51 



$13,046,595 00 



Liabilities. 

Capital invested by City of Boston 
to date 



Appropriations account (credit 
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$10,015,829 68 
113,072 86 



$10,774,907 11 
217,676 36 



11,475,363 25 
1,020,064 26 



12,678,-550 99 
368,044 01 



Total liabilities. 



$10,128,902 54 $10,992,-583 47 



12,495,427 51 



$13,046,595 00 



$200 GO 

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12,758 57 

238,959 16 

1,190,174 04 

4,670 38 

610,100 00 



$2,057,469 99 

315,815 68 
11,216,403 27 



$13,589,688 94 



$13,350,729 78 
238,959 16 



$13,589,688 94 



Details of Capital Invested by the City of Boston. 



Total expenditure to date per ferry 
books 


$17,658,444 98 

44,585 00 

279,148 85 


$18,501,559 12 

41,710 00 

279,148 85 


$19,273,121 91 

38,752 50 

279,148 85 


$20,540,211 31 

50,352 50 

279,148 85 


$21,296,977 47 


Interest of debt for the year (per 
Citv Auditor's reports) 


55,007 50 


Interest, previous years, etc. (net 
debits, per City Auditor's reports) , 


279,148 85 


Total expenditures 

Deduct total receipts paid to City 
Collector 


$17,982,178 83 
7,966,349 15 


$18,822,417 97 
8,047,510 86 


$19,591,023 26 
8,115,660 01 


$20,869,712 66 
8,191,161 67 


$21,631,133 82 
8,280,404 04 




$10,015,829 6S 


$10,774,907 11 


$11,475,363 25 


$12,67S,5-50'99 


$13,3-50,729 78 



















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Public Works Department. 71 

Total Expenditures Upon Ferries Since 1858=59. 

Expenditures for avenues, paving interest, 

etc., previous to the purchase of the 

ferries by the city $444,101 30 

Purchase of the ferries, April, 1870 . . . 276,375 00 

Expenditures for ferryboats since April, 1870, 2,178,182 01 

Expenditures for new buildings, piers, drops, 

etc . 1,457,143 39 

Expenditures for tools and fixtures (prior to 

1910) 14,752 46 

Expenditures for land from Lincoln's Wharf 

in 1887 5,562 52 

Expenditures for land from Battery Wharf 

in 1893 10,000 00 



Total expenditures on capital account . $4,386,116 68 

Expenditures for repairs of all kinds . . 2,348,945 84 

Expenditures for fuel 2,663,291 87 

Expenditures for salaries and wages . . 9,490,269 66 

Expenditures for all other purposes . . 2,742,509 77 



$21,631,133 82 



Total Receipts from Ferries Since 1858=59 

Receipts from rents, etc., previous to pur- 
chase of ferries 

Receipts from ferry tolls since purchase of 
ferries 

Receipts from rents since purchase of 
ferries 

Receipts from sale of ferryboats 

Receipts from all other sources, per ferry 
books 

Receipts from all other sources, additional 
per City Auditor 



Total receipts from all sources 
Less amount with tollmen as capital 



,588 56 

7,948,377 20 

71,671 76 
167,403 14 

32,828 53 

30,734 85 



^,280,604 04 
200 00 



Total receipts, auditor's reports . . $8,280,404 04 

Regular Annual (Ordinary) and Special Appropriation 
(Extraordinary) of the Ferry Service for the Year 
Ending December 31, 1927. 
Appropriations (regular) for the year ending 

December 31, 1927 $547,038 06 

Transferred from Bridge Service, $5,238 86 



Carried'forward . . . $5,238 86 $547,038 06 



72 City Document No. 24. 

Brought founrd . . . $5,238 86 $547,138 06 

Transferred from Lighting 

Service 51 89 

5,290 75 



Amount of expenditures (regular) for the 

year $552,328 81 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 

East Boston Ferry, Improvements, etc. 

Unexpended balance, Januarv 1, 1927 $10,612 67 

Expenditures for year 1927 ^ 9,930 44 

Unexpended balance December 31, 1927 $682 23 

Expenditures for year made up as follows : 

Pay rolls, labor, etc $136 16 

Travel expense 8 60 

Amount paid to W. H. EUis & Son Company, under con- 
tract for foundation for ferry bridge, North Ferry : 

Amount of contract $29,287 56 

Less amount paid in 1926 .... 19,501 78 

— 9,785 78 

Total $9,930 44 

East Boston Ferry, two additional boats and other per- 
manent improvements : 

Unexpended balance, January 1, 1927 $289,020 90 

Expenditures for year 1927 142,392 51 

Unexpended balance December 31, 1927 .... $146,628 39 

Expenditures for year made up as follows: 

Pay rolls, labor and engineering $4,454 98 

Travel expense 76 24 

Labor and materials testing pontoons on North Ferry . 107 10 

Miscellaneous 115 82 

Amount paid to Joseph A. Singarella, under contract, 
for remodeling canopv, North Ferrj-: 
Contract price ." . . . . $1,620 00 

Extra work under order .... 278 50 

1,898 50 

Amount paid to W. H. Ellis & Son Company, under 
contract for ferry bridge, North Ferry, East Boston : 
Amount of work done under contract . $25,988 62 
Extra work under order .... 230 34 

$26,218 96 
Less 15 per cent I'etained .... 3,932 84 

22,286 12 

Amount paid to J. Edward Ogden Company, Inc., under 
contract for electrically operated ferry bridges with 
gallows frame and accompanying machinery : 
Amount of contract .1; 140,500 (95 per cent) com- 
pleted $133,475 00 

ess 15 per cent retained .... 20,021 25 

— — 113,453 75 

$142,392 51 



Public Works Department. 



73 



Ferry improvements, etc.: 

Unexpended balance, January 1, 1927 
Appropriation from taxes 



Expenditures for year .... 
Unexpended balance December 31, 1927 



Expenditures for year made up as follows : 

Advertising 

Lumber 

Returns electric plug rents 
One Brj^ant gas fire boiler 



K68,410 44 
25,000 00 



$93,410 44 
1,761 90 


$91,648 54 


$72 75 
330 81 
394 02 
964 32 


$1,761 


90 



Receipts at Each Ferry 

North Ferry. 



From Tollmen'. 


From 

Foot 

Passengers. 


From 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


Boston side 

East Boston side 


$4,264 02 
3,840 82 


$1,986 50 
2,410 00 


$6,250 52 
6,250 82 


Totals 


$8,104 84 


$4,396 50 


$12,501 34 



From tollmen 

From gatemen: 

20,179 foot passengers at 1 cent, 

Cash fares for teams 



Total at North Ferry 



$201 79 
7,276 61 



$12,501 34 



7,478 40 
19,979 74 



South Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


From 

Foot 

Passengers. 


From 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


Boston side 


$7,179 79 
6,622 98 


$4,093 00 
3,697 50 


$11,272 79 


East Boston side 


10,320 48 




Totals 


$13,802 77 


$7,790 50 


$21,593 27 





74 



City Document No. 24. 



From tollmen .... 
From gatemen: 

51,856 foot passengers at 1 cent 

Cash fares for teams 



Total at South Ferry 



$518 56 
28,153 16 



North and South Ferries .... 
Tickets paid for at ferry office 
Received in lieu of free ferries July 4, 1927 



Total from rates 
Rents for the year 
Headhouse privileges 
Care of public telephone booths 
Commission on public telephone 
Old material sold 
Boats sold 



Total receipts for year 



$21,593 27 



28,671 72 
$50,264 99 



,244 73 

3,063 40 

1 00 



$73,309 13 

489 50 

400 00 

48 00 

92 04 

68 00 

14,835 70 

$89,242 37 



Travel on the Ferries from January 1, 1927, 
TO December 31, 1927, Inclusive. 

North Ferry. South Ferry. 

Foot passengers at 1 cent each . 830,663 1,432,133 

Foot passengers by ticket . . 10,360 20,076 



Total foot passengers 

One-horse teams, light motor trucks, 

pleasure carriages and runabouts. 
Two-horse pleasure carriages, hacks 

and touring cars .... 
Two-horse teams and motor trucks. 
Three-horse teams and heavy motor 

trucks 

Four-horse teams .... 
Free teams, hacks and motor 

vehicles 



94,753 

78,476 
85,312 

1,261 
150 

10,295 



841,023 1,452,209 



219,961 

319,124 
163,039 

2,161 
1,153 

18,033 



270,247 



723,471 



Public Works Department. 



75 



Motor Vehicle Traffic (Reports of Captains). 

January 1, 1927, to December 31, 1927. 





North Ferry. 


South Ferry. 


Total. 


Runabouts 

Touring cars 


1 28,252 
3 98,639 
5 72,321 


2 86,431 

" 357,857 
« 183,004 


114,683 
456 496 


Trucks 


255,325 


Totals 


199,212 


627,292 


826,504 





1 Includes 872 free. 
4 Includes 8,391 free. 



- Includes 1,845 free. 
5 Includes 3,654 free. 



3 Includes 4,870 free. 
6 Includes 6,143 free. 



Total paying foot passengers . 
Total foot passengers carried 

Total paying teams . 
Total free teams 



2,293,232 
2,293,232 

965,390 

28,328 

993,718 



Total Travel of Both Ferries from February 1, 1922, 
TO December 31, 1927. 





1922-23. 


1923-24. 


1924-25. 


1925. 

(11 mons.) 


1926. 


1927. 




502,407 

341,257 

1,850 

6,061 

368,711 

4,333 

2 


445,839 

314,672 

1,548 

4,816 

366,846 

4,409 

5 


406,336 

291,710 

1,249 

2,105 

338,031 

3,098 

35 


331,086 

222,543 

736 

1,514 
290,.361 

2,282 


348,147 

263,763 

1,868 

2,380 

365,540 


314,714 

248,351 

3,422 

1,303 

397,600 








Two-horse carriages, hacks J. . . 
Two-cent tolls, handcarts, etc. 






Paid teams at both ferries .... 
Free teams at both ferries 


1,224,621 

29,349 


1,138,135 
26,197 


1,042,564 

27,988 


848,522 
24,417 


981,698 
26,195 


965,390 
28,328 


Total teams at both ferries. . 


1,253,970 


1,164,332 


1,070,552 


872,939 


1,007,893 


993,718 




3,711,491 
1,865 


3,224,419 
1,650 


2,844,317 
1,584 


2,298,192 
270 


2,418,209 


2,293,232 








Total foot passengers 


3,713,356 


3,246,089 


2,845,901 


2,298,462 


2,418,209 


2,293,232 



Note. — Team travel includes automobiles. 
* Includes one-seat automobiles, t Includes motor trucks. J Includes two-seat automobiles. 



76 City Document No. 24. 



APPENDIX C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 



Boston, January 2, 1928. 

Mr. James H. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 

Dear Sir, — I submit herewith a statement of the 
activities and expenditures of the Lighting and Paving 
Services for the year ending December 31, 1927. 

The maintenance expenditures for the Highway 
Division for the year were as follows: 

Lighting Service $953,642 82 

Paving Service 1,860,155 10 



Total $2,813,797 92 

Maintenance. 

The division forces were engaged during the year 
resurfacing macadam roadways, patching and repairing 
defects in roadways and sidewalks. 

The Brighton yard plant has been called upon to 
furnish hot and cold mixed asphalt and tar for the 
various parts of the city and the repair work on asphalt 
and bitulithic pavements out of guarantee. This work 
has been done by the division forces. 

The snow plowing of streets in the suburbs was done 
under the direction of the district foremen. This year 
the work was greatly extended so that every street in 
the residential parts of the city was kept open to travel. 
This is the first time such a result has been accomplished. 

Construction. 

During the year contracts were awarded to do work 
on about one hundred and three streets. There were 
about 45,000 yards of recut granite block laid; 139,000 
yards of sheet asphalt; 133,000 yards of bitulithic, all 



Public Woeks Department. 77 

laid on a concrete base; 9,800 yards of reinforced con- 
crete, and 150,000 yards of artificial stone sidewalks. 

Forty-two streets laid out under the '^ Highways, 
making of," appropriation were constructed. 

The following are important thoroughfares that were 
reconstructed: Lexington street. Meridian to Shelby 
street; Medford street, Chelsea to Main street; A street, 
Congress street to Dorchester avenue; East Broadway, 
L street to Farragut road; Dock square and Faneuil 
Hall square; Boylston street, Tremont to Charles street 
and Berkeley to Exeter street; Park square, Boylston 
street to Columbus avenue; Columbus avenue, Park 
square to Stuart street; Stuart street, Broadway to 
Columbus avenue; Washington street, Dover street to 
Massachusetts avenue; Columbus avenue, Dartmouth 
to Northampton street; Stuart street, Huntington ave- 
nue to Dartmouth street; Beacon street, Massachusetts 
avenue to Raleigh street; Brookhne avenue, Brookline 
line to Fenway; Longwood avenue, Brookline avenue 
to Riverway; Crawford street, Warren street to Walnut 
avenue; Harold street. Walnut avenue to Seaver street; 
Dudley street, Harrison avenue to Blue Hill avenue; 
Harrison avenue, East Lenox street to Warren street; 
Freeport street, Dorchester avenue to Old Colony Park- 
way; Quincy street, Warren street to Columbia road. 

The following is a list of streets that were widened 
and reconstruction ordered. The work was commenced 
during the year: River street, from Blue Hill avenue to 
Everett square, Hyde Park; Kneeland street, Wash- 
ington street to Atlantic avenue; Ashland street, Wood 
avenue to Wilmot street; Oakland street, Orlando to 
Hebron street; Morton street, Druid to Washington 
street, was graded and work completed during the year. 



Street Signs. 

During the year the Highway Division has com- 
menced the erecting of new street signs. The sign 
plate is of blue enamel background with a white porce- 
lain letter; they are inclosed in a malleable iron con- 
tainer frame bolted to an ornamental malleable section, 
the whole being attached to the post with steel clamps, 
nuts and bolts. 

Two sizes of malleable iron sections are used, one to 
fit the iron pipe posts and one to fit the boulevard type 
of street lamp posts. The pipe posts are of standard 



78 City Document No. 24. 

wrought-iron pipe of 3§ inches inside diameter, set 3 feet 
in the ground. A galvanized malleable iron acorn cap 
is used with each pipe post. At the close of the year 
these new street signs have been set up in all of the 
city proper as far south as Northampton street and the 
main thoroughfares from Dorchester, Roxbury, West 
Roxbury and Brighton. 

Lighting Service. 

The Lighting Service has installed the boulevard 
type of white way lamps in the following streets : New- 
bury street, Arlington to Clarendon street; Corinth, 
Birch, Poplar and South streets in the Roslindale busi- 
ness section; Blue Hill avenue, between Talbot avenue 
and Morton street. 

Eighteen street lights have been installed on the new 
Southern Artery. The new posts are of the Westing- 
house Sheridan type wdth hollow spun concrete posts. 

The new light unit is a fifteen hundred candle power 
multiple incandescent twenty ampere lamp with the 
rippled glass globe covering the lamp unit. These 
lamps are supplied by resonant controlled relays. 
WTien this work is completed there will be sixty-seven 
of these new lamps installed on the new Southern Artery. 

Respectfully, 

Joshua Atwood, 
Division Engineer. 



Public Works Department. 79 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — LIGHTING SERVICE. 



Financial Statement. 

Expenditures January 1, 1927, to December 31, 1927. 
Electric Lighting: 

Arc. 
Edison Electric Illuminating 

Company $533,350 96 

Chaiiestown Gas and Electric 

Company 27,739 04 



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S114,644 96 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






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1,316 25 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






Company fire alarm . 


274 99 


116,236 20 






Gas Lighting: 






Boston Consolidated Gas Com- 






pany 


$247,222 51 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






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13,117 70 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






Company fire alarm . 


601 46 


260,941 67 






Salaries and Wages: 






Division Engineer (part of) 


$1,250 00 




Clerk 


2,358 17 




Stenographer and clerk . 


346 25 




Lighting inspector ... 


1,858 33 


5,812 75 






Automobile Expense: 






Gasolene, oil, etc 


$111 93 




Registration 


10 00 




Shoes and tubes, new and repairs, 


11 65 




Supplies 


764 76 




Repairs 


46 48 


944 82 






Carried forward .... 


$945,025 44 



80 City Document No. 24. 

Brought forward $945,025 44 

Construction: 

Installing lamps and posts and removing and 
relocating lamps and posts 
Office Expenses: 

Printing 

Postage 

Stationery and periodicals . 

Miscellaneous. 

Travel expenses (car fares) . 
Typewriter repairs and inspec- 
tion 

Gas lamp posts .... 





4,961 29 


$120 00 
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186 42 




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Total . $954,088 15 

Less rebates on installations .... 445 33 



Total $953,642 82 

Revenue Credited to General Revenue. 

Lighting Boston and Cambridge Bridges . . $1,462 37 

Damage to posts 726 87 



5,189 24 



The following is a statement of the work done during 
the year under the supervision of the Division Engineer. 

Arc lamps have been provided for skating and to- 
bogganing during the season at Franklin Field, Franklin 
Park and Wood Island Park, the same as in years past. 

Boulevard type white way arc lamps have been 
installed in Park square. Providence street, Columbus 
avenue. Dock square, Kneeland street, Newbury street, 
Washington street, between Dover street and Massa- 
chusetts avenue, city proper; Audubon road and 
Fenway, Roxbury; New road. Circuit Drive, Franklin 
Park; Corinth street. Birch street. Poplar street. South 
street. West Roxbury; Hyde Park avenue, Hyde Park. 

Boulevard type white way incandescent lamps have 
been installed on Huntington avenue, city proper; New 
Southern Artery, Blue Hill avenue, between Talbot 
avenue and Morton street, Dorchester. Thus through- 
out the city the lighting system has been increased 
including the boulevard type and reinforced cement 



Public Works Department. 81 

posts by the installation of 115 arc lamps, 306 incan- 
descent lamps and 81 gas lamps at various locations. 

Petitions and requests for new lamps received from 
citizens and from officials, also complaints in relation to 
the Lighting Service have been investigated and attended 
to. All streets in the underground district prescribed 
for the year have been inspected and the necessary 
changes and additions have been made. 

The number of miles of streets and ways lighted by 
this service is as follows : 

Public streets and alleys 625 . 86 

Public footways 9.35 

Park roads, footways, private streets and alleys 

approximately 290.79 

Total 926 00 

During the year the following defects were reported 
by the police: arc lamps, 4,575; incandescent, 1,669 and 
gas lamps, 1,281. 

There are in operation 21,668 arc, incandescent and 
gas lamps, divided as follows: 6,093 arc, 5,532 incan- 
descent, 9,878 single mantle gas lamps and 165 single 
mantle fire alarm gas lamps. 

Lamps Installed. 

Magnetite arc lamps 160 

Tungsten lamps 329 

Single mantle gas lamps 144 

Single mantle gas lamps (fire alarm) .... 20 



653 



Lamps Discontinued. 



Magnetite arc lamps *45 

Tungsten lamps 23 

Single mantle gas lamps 83 

151 



* Forty-two series magnetite arc lamps changed to 1,500 candle power series incandescent 
lamps. One 40 candle power series incandescent lamp changed to 125 candle power series 
incandescent lamp. 



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The following table shows the number of lamps of 
various types in use on January 1, 1928, as compared 
with the number in use on January 1, 1927. 



January, 
1028. 



January, 
1927. 



Increase or 
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Fire alarm gas 

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Tungsten-incandescent 



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165 

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5,532 



9,817 

145 

5,978 

5,226 



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21,166 



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115 

306 



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Street Lamp Outages. 

Rebates for lamps not lighted on schedule time or out 
before the proper time have been received on the various 
monthly bills as follows : 



Date. 



Arc. 



Incan- 
descent . 



Gas. 



January, 1927 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November . . . . 
December. . . . 



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50.76 

88.90 

42.97 

66.26 

104.01 

77.06 

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10.78 

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Gas Lighting. 

There are 9,878 single mantle gas lamps and 165 
single mantle fire alarm gas lamps. 

The city furnishes the lamp-posts, the gas company 
sets the lamp-posts and provides service pipes laid from 
the gas mains to the top of the posts; maintain all such 
pipes and posts in good condition and repair, furnish 
gas, lanterns, burners and all other necessary equipment 
including labor for lighting and care. 

The Lighting Service provides for the gas, lighting 
and care of fire alarm signal lamps and the Fire Depart- 
ment for the posts, setting and repairing of same. 



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There are 6,093 magnetite arc lamps, 2,081 40 candle 
power, 3,125 80 candle power, 30 100 candle power; 
55 132 candle power; 32 250 candle power; 11 528 
candle power; 15 1,000 candle power; 23 950 candle 
power; 160 1,500 candle power incandescent lamps. 

The electric companies provide and set the lamp- 
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supplied from underground circuits, furnish lamps, 
overhead wires, underground conduits, cables and con- 
nections and all other necessary equipments and main- 
tain them in good condition and repair. 

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Description of Lamps. 


Fixed Costs 
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Running Cost 

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of 100 candle power or less and 5 cents per hour for all 
other lamps is made for outage. 



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FINANCIAL STATEMENT, PAVING SERVICE. 

Maintenance. 

Appropriation, from taxes . $1,860,678 74 
Transfer from Lighting Service . 15,476 36 



$1,876,155 10 
Transfer to Reconstructing and 

Repairing Streets by Contract . 16,000 00 

$1,860,155 10 

Expended during the year .... 

Special Appropriations. 

Highways, making of: 
Amount expended during the year 

Departmental Equipment. 

Balance January 1, 1927 

Expended during the year by Sanitary Service 

Balance December 31, 1927 . . . , 

Garage, Hancock Street Yard. 

Balance January 1, 1927 

Expended during the year 

Balance December 31, 1927 .... 

Granolithic Sidewalk. 

Balance January 1, 1927 

Appropriation from taxes 



Expended during the year 
Balance December 31, 1927 

Land, East Boston. 

Balance January 1, 1927 .... 
Expended during the year 



Balance December 31, 1927 



$1,860,155 10 


$549,786 68 


$44,794 84 
42,330 00 


$2,464 84 


$884 87 
529 35 


$355 52 


$52,597 69 
50,000 00 


$102,597 69 
76,028 23 


$26,569 46 


$640 00 
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$640 00 



90 City Document No. 24. 

Permanent Street Pavement. 
Appropriation. Loan inside the debt limit . . $500,000 00 
Expended during the year 436,489 73 



Balance December 31, 1927 .... $63,510 27 

Reconstructing and Repairing Streets by Contract. 

Balance January 1, 1927 $369,779 81 

Appropriation from taxes 250,000 00 

Transfer from Paving Service .... 16,000 00 

Revenue 600 00 



),379 81 
Expended during the year 589,317 69 



Balance December 31, 1927 .... $47,062 12 

Street Signs. 

Balance January 1, 1927 $25,000 00 

Appropriation from taxes 25,000 00 



$50,000 00 
Expended during the year 35,941 91 



Balance December 31, 1927 .... $14,058 9 

Cambridge Street and Court Street. 
Expended during the year $8,919 89 

Dock Square and Faneuil Hall Square Improvement. 
Expended during the year $47,051 13 

Kneeland Street Improvement. 
Expended during the year $41,692 03 

Morton Street Improvement. 
Expended during the year $22,201 31 

Tremont Street Improvement. 
Expended during the year $3,149 15 

Oakland Street and Ashland Street Improvement. 
Expended during the year $ 19,752 81 

River Street Reconstruction. 
Expended during the year $5,840 88 



Public Works Department. 



91 



PAVING SERVICE. 

Summary of Expenditures. 

Paving Service, maintenance 

Highways, making of 

Departmental equipment (Sanitary Service) ^ 
Garage, Hancock street yard 

Granolithic sidewalks 

Permanent street pavement .... 
Reconstructing and repairing streets by contract 

Street signs 

Cambridge street and Court street 

Dock square and Faneuil Hall square improve 

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Kneeland street improvement 

Morton street improvement .... 

Tremont street improvement 

Oakland street and Ashland street improvement 

River street reconstruction .... 

Total 



1,860,155 10 
549,786 68 



529 35 


76,028 23 


436,489 73 


:, 589,317 69 


35,941 91 


8,919 89 


47,051 13 


41,692 03 


22,201 31 


3,149 15 


:, 19,752 81 


5,840 88 


. $3,696,855 89 



Income. 

Statement showing the amount of bills and cash de- 
posited with the City Collector from January 1, 1927, to 
December 31, 1927, and credited to General Revenue. 



Edgestone and sidewalk assessments 

Permits 

Labor, materials furnished, etc. . 

Total 



$18,497 38 
26,997 33 
13,389 37 



$58,884 08 



AMOUNT PAID INTO THE CITY TREASURY 
DURING THE YEAR. 



Edgestone and sidewalk assessments 

Permits 

Labor, material furnished, etc. 
Services of inspector (from 1926) 

Total 



$26,841 29 

26,674 33 

11,718 22 

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SCHEDULE A. 

Expenditures for Fiscal Year 1927. 

Salary of division engineer (part of) 

Salaries of office clerks and stenographers 

Salaries of assistant engineers (office work) 

Salaries of permit office clerks 

Salaries of permit office inspectors 

Salaries of engineering inspectors (office work) 

Salaries of district inspectors . 

Salary of medical inspector (part of) 

Medical attendance on injured employees (out 
side) 

Salary of general foreman 

Salary of chief veterinarian (part of) 

Salary of inspector of horses . 

Salary of constable and inspector . 

Pensions paid to veterans (retired) 

Pensions paid to laborers (retired) 

Compensation allowed injured employees 

Vacations allowed laborers, mechanics, etc. 

Holidays not including holidays charged to street 
accounts 

Military duty 

Postage 

Printing 

Stationery . 

Traveling expenses^ car fares, etc. 

Engineering supplies and incidentals 

Stationery $547 57 

Printing 620 87 

Postage 102 88 

Transit repairs .... 143 67 

Miscellaneous .... 695 03 

Laboratory, salaries, supplies, etc. 

Artifical stone sidewalks, new and repairs by 
department force. (See reconstructing and 
repairing streets by contract) .... 

Asphalt and bitulithic pavement repairs. Tem- 
porary repairs, labor, teaming, materials. (See 
reconstructing and repairing streets by contract), 

Brick block repairs, labor, teaming, materials 

Wood block repairs, labor, teaming, materials 

Crosswalks repaired, not included elsewhere 

Fence repairs 



$3,750 00 
13,993 96 
20,269 32 
15,056 50 
19,517 10 
18,362 52 
1,855 03 
400 00 

461 00 

3,054 96 

500 00 

1,603 29 

2,239 15 

4,893 64 

12,284 28 

3,446 28 

38,429 31 

88,169 49 

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207 33 

2,959 22 

507 65 

1,237 81 

2,110 02 



1,239 49 



28,495 95 



32,885 57 
488 45 

16,121 79 
1,155 68 
4,779 09 



Carried forward $340,603 



98 



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Brought forward 

Plankwalk repairs 

Edgestone, sidewalks and gutters (new) not 
included elsewhere 

Rent of land, wharves, etc 

Expense of stables, including 
drivers, feeders, fodder, horse- 
shoeing, repairs to harnesses, 
wagons, carts, etc. . . . $138,116 94 

Amount earned by department 

teams 120,260 13 

Electric lighting at yards and stables . 
Gas lighting at yards and stables .... 
Fuel, for heating offices, buildings and stables 
Electric appliances, labor and materials, yards 

and stables 
Rent of towels . 
Stoves, pipes, grates, etc. 
Telephone rentals and tolls 

Ice 

Signs, making, repairing, putting up, etc. 
Tools, hardware, etc., new, cost of repairing, etc. . 
Oil for lighting around defects, etc. 
Expenses of yards, including salaries of foreman, 

clerks, yardmen, watchman, tool wagons, etc.. 
Repairs of yard buildings, stables, sheds, shanties, 

etc 

Sanding icy and slippery streets .... 
Chests for Central Office, making of . . . 

Premium on surety bonds 

Traverse Street subway 

Placing lanterns on silent policemen 

Repairs to and inspection of typewriters and 

adding machines . 
Repairs to snow dumps 
Work done and materials furnished individuals, 

corporations, etc. . 
Furniture and repairs 
Miscellaneous 
Steam rollers; cost of operation, 

repairs, supplies, etc. . . . $25,710 59 
Amount earned 20,436 75 



$340,603 88 
1,717 21 

18,862 57 
2,775 00 



Work done and materials furnished other services 

and departments 

Buffalo, Springfield steam roller .... 
Asphalt plant, South End District 
Automobiles, one Walter truck .... 



17,856 81 

1,327 64 

321 57 

3,930 26 

149 83 

178 20 

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2,062 04 

186 60 

31,091 34 

39,671 14 

1,585 16 

66,143 84 

15,741 36 

1,576 91 

120 47 

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1,477 00 

4,433 00 

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1,070 10 

5,617 51 

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1,779 95 



5,273 84 

6,276 79 
6,950 00 
8,571 90 
9,450 00 



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$596,938 37 



Public Works Department. 99 

Brought forward $596,938 37 

Stone crusher, South End District, operating 

supplies, etc 2,375 43 

Garage, Albany street, employees' wages, fuel, 

gasolene, supplies, repairs, etc 51,331 71 

Garage, Hancock street, employees' wages, fuel 

gasolene, supplies, repairs, etc 13,124 60 



Total .... 


$663,770 11 


Credits : 




Amounts earned by concrete mixers, snow- 
loaders and tractors $13,385 89 

Automobiles : 


Amount earned by trucks . 
Cost of operation, repairs, 
supplies, equipment . 

Asphalt plant, Brighton: 
Value of material used on 


$160,216 13 

103,217 06 
57,099 07 


streets .... 

Operating expenses, repairs, 

etc 

Stock: 


61,573 54 

42,195 94 
19,377 60 


Materials delivered on streets . $175,706 55 
Cost of materials . $106,711 65 
Labor handling and 

teaming . 22,345 06 

129,056 71 

46,649 84 




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101 



The Number of Loads of Snow Removed from January 1, 1927, 
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Cost.§ 



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East Boston. . . 
Charlestown . . . 

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West Roxbury. 
Dorchester. . . . 

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South End 

Ashmont 

North End.... 
Hyde Park. . . . 



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2,706 



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2,703 

683 



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1,194 
1,946 

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5,481 

287 

515 



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2,508 



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782 
1,974 
3,724 
3,178 
1,119 
8,607 
1,093 
1,531 
1,614 



28,822 
19,315 
12,153 
20,793 
29,199 
22,251 
17,461 
74,408 
23,407 
12,648 
6,698 



$20,158 22 
14,537 67 
17,838 29 
20,882 54 
38,301 72 
23,174 78 
49,291 76 
49,804 20 
21,351 18 
2,826 60 
11,043 92 



Totals. 



18,941 



10,185 



27,173 



267,155 



$269,210 88 



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i Auto truck loads, 3 cubic yards to 14 cubic yards. 

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Loads of Dirt and Street Cleaning Removed from January 1, 
1927, to December 31, 1927. 



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Charlestown. . . 

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West Roxbury. 

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South End 

Ashmont 

North End 

Hyde Park 



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238 

38 

1,420 

284 

2,752 

1,639 

1,461 



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1,458 

305 

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5,562 

145 

238 

24,086 

16,708 

2,268 

9,308 

96 

4,835 

2,245 



Totals. 



8,007 



5,350 



7.814 



65,593 



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§ Auto truck loads, 6 cubic yards. 



102 City Document No. 24. 

New Edgestone and Brick Sidewalk Recapitulation for 1927. 



District. 


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Brick 

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80 

1,671 

1,303 

1,928 

1,331 

262 

137 

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East Boston, Paving District, No. 2 


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Chiarlestown, Paving District, No. 3 




West Roxbury, Paving District, No. 5 








Roxbury, Paving District, No. 7 


554 


South End, Paving District, No. 8 




Ashmont, Paving District, No. 9 

North End, Paving District, No. 10 

Hyde Park, Paving District No. 11 


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8,359 


582 







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During 1927. 



District. 


Square 
Feet. 


Location of Work. 




10,809 

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2,088 

4,392 












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Street Openings. 

Under classes 1 and 2 of the schedule of permit fees, 
permits were issued for openings in public ways, as 
follows : 



To Whom Issued. 


Number of 
Permits. 


Length of 
Feet. 


Sewer and Water Service 


4,132 
1,778 
190 
74 
3,996 
3,063 

745 
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49,584 


Boston Consolidated Gas Company 


44,450 


Boston Elevated Railway 


28,500 


Dedham and Hyde Park Gas Company 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

Miscellaneous 


1,850 
279,720 
153,150 

55,875 


New England Telephone and Telegraph Com- 
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Emergency permits used and returned 


16,050 








14,620 


629,179 



Making a total length of openings approximately 119 
miles. 

Total of all permits issued 22,516. 

Permits for other than street openings have been 
issued as follows: 



Cleaning snow from roof . 
Erecting and repairing awnings 
Erecting and repairing buildings 

Driving cattle 

Painting or minor repairs on buildings 

Moving buildings in streets 

Feeding horses in streets . 

Placing signs flat on buildings 

Raising and lowering safes etc. 

Emergency for above 

Special permits .... 



15 

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1,236 

2 

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1,229 

33 

490 

287 

7,896 



$20,753.08 was deposited with the 
$6,244.25 was billed to public service 



The revenue from issuing permits amounted to 
$26,997.33. 

Of this amount 
City Collector and 
corporations. 

Bonds. 

There are now on file 2,724 surety bonds, in amount 
of one, three and twenty thousand dollars, covering the 
city against claims for damages etc., through the use of 
permits. 



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Ashley street 

Boylston street . , . , 

Clayton street 

Ddlingham street 
Ellington streei 

Farrineton avenue 

Geneva avenue 

Kittredge street 

Louis Prang street . 
Manefield street. 
Maple street 

Pilgrim road. 

Pine street (norlbeast tridcl 

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Sumner street 

Tuttle street 

Washington street 


Washington street 
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Ambrose street . 
Neponset avenue 

Harvard avenue . 

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Hyd*e P^k avenue 

St. John street 
Washington street 




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172 53 

3.120 38 

84 38 

3.373 60 


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Completed August 17. 1927 
Completed Deeemt>er 14. lOiii 
Work not completed 
1 Completed April 2S, V'27 
Work not started 




iJewbury street, 


Charles sl-recl 

About 100 feet southerly 
Webster Square 

Court H<3oeedriven!iy 

End of street .. . 

Greenwood street 

Clayton atreet 

Highland street 

jSfn T And/ew atree t 

Maple\^lre.-.r 

Whitfield Street ' 








" 










9 .. 


J. J. McCarthy Company - 

The Homes Compnny 

Leo J. Nawn. Inc 

Henry F. Malley . , . , . 

He"nry'F. Malley'""' 
Charles Stru/»iery. 




■ I.364 
33S 


•5:3 








Completed 1027 


z 


„.„,... 


'733 09 




iS 


..o„ 




.2,™ 


178 23 

166 14 
3 00 


-2Z 


'1 


T°: 


, '*^° 


15 


WS?knot^done*;.: 

Completed 1927 

Completed 1927. 

Completed March 31. 1927 '.'." 
Completed November 22, 1927, . 
Completed October 6. 1927 

Complel^^ May Is. 1927: ! . ! ! ! 


'.'.'.2 


!6 


Work not done '. '.'. 

Completed November 2, 1927.,. 


:::! 





3 05 
21027 S4 

03» 37 

3,142 28 
421 02 

1:534 75 
1.895 65 
2.728 07 

590 12 


Work done in 1926 '. '.'. 

Completed April 27. 1927 

Completed August 20, 1927 

Completed December 3, 1927 . . . 
Completed Novembers, 1927... 




lo:,. 


iM i 


iSS 


'.'.'.I 


it : 


Cliarle« Struwiery 

,t. J. McCarthy Company 




:::il 










2.ii 


:«-- 






11 


SraoSKio- ::::::::::: 




t: 


Completed in 1927 ... 
Completed Sepiembw 24, 1927, , 

Completed August 1. 1927 


:;:* 


|;: 


The Homes Company. . . 
Henry F. Malley., .. 

Joseph A, Stiigajella . 
S. J. Tomasello 

John F. Sh"a i^C^o " '. 


:;| 












607 






i": 






Work not started 

Completed September 23, 1927. . , 
Completed September 23. 1927, , , 
Completed September 19. 1927 . 
Completed November 17. 1927. , . 


:l 



• Credit, old brick, sidewalk. 837.5 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — PAVING SERVICE — DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY CONTRACT AND CHARGED TO APPROPRIATION "HIGHWAYS, MAKING OF.' 






)cStcfano & Sod, Inc . . 
F.Gad^'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'. 
i^.Gaddia'.'.'.'.. '.'.'.'.'.'. 









Theodore Faiker i 



CLwlcB Cspone . . 

Charles CapoDc 

Warren Brothers Coin 
A. DeStofano & Son. 1 



gheet asphalt . 
Sheet aaphait . 
Sheet asphalt . 






878 S.GOa 10,1 



Completed September 8 



Completed September 10. 191 
WorkdoDcia 1926 

Completed September 3, 1931 
Completed Oetober 1, 1927 . ■ 
Wortnotdone 

Completed October 14, 19^. 



mpleted AuRust 3, 1927. . 



mpleted August *. W*?-- 



Completed Septem 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 









HIGHWAY DIVISION — PAVING SERVICE — DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY CONTRACT AND CHARGED TO APPROPRIATION "SPECIAL 


APPROPRIATIONS." 














— 


..„ 


X. 


Contraotor. 


Pavement. 


LenBtb, 


^r 


TotolCosl. 


Contractor. 


M.„.,.u,. 


E„.»„. 


,Vo»K Do.^,, 






— 


-•~- 


— 


— 


1 


1 

1 


i 


1 

3 


1 


1 


II 


1^^ 


11 


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& 


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Co.,. 


Quantity 


Co... 


Quantity 


c„,... 


Quantity 


c„.. 


Quanlily 




, 


Cambridge ttUd Court BtrcctB 

Causeway. Lowell and Nwhuft rtrcets. 














• 42.330 00 
) 47.0S1 13 

5,840 86 




,75 44 




»-" 


2,.„30 


«2» 


33.000 


..704 3. 




$93 14 
87 06 








.«.713.. 












■12.525 00 




, 


„ 




























, 


, 




















































3 


4 


Garage, Hancnck Street Yard . 

Oakland and Aflhiund im-<.t. 


c„.„...,.„„, 


Mo«on,o.. 


City Building Wreddng Company. . . 
Coleman Brolhora Company 


BemovinB buildinES 






{ IJ:I?llf 


f 070 84 




4.732 73 








.2,»07 




1.030 7S 


M.241 63 


(36 56 




.1.474 81 


1.487 


1.448 


■' 


8.803 


11.227 


.1.022 30 




, 


,^ 






O.JOO 












.. 




[New EnglflDd BuildioE WrectinB Co. 
iCity Building WreckiDg Company. . . 
AmerieaTi Building Wrceking Co 


fCateh-baBin and *urlBcc 


2.034 


IG.210 


1 SiSS 

1 2JSS 
4,260 00 


1 - 




8.304 00 


,03.400 


.32 » 




■SO 81 




4.260 OS 
2.358 01 


sZt 


01 06 


•7 75 


.2.007 0. 














^ 










0.348 






1 


! 










JoBepb A. SlDgarella 






2« 




























s 




.. 8 


q 
































".r: 


.9 


„ 


Street «ii[M 






















24.052 65 




* 8.318 36 












,- 10 


, 


Tremoptrtr«.i,npro«men. 


'""■"■"■■■•' 


Bridge owr Hojlon & ,Ubany 












2.431 73 


7,7 
























11 

































=. 



J 



PUBLIC WORKS D 



DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY HIGHWAY DIVISION — PAVING SERVICE FORCE- 





Stbbet. 


Prom 


To 


1 


WoHK Done, 


Cost of Laboh. 




i 




§ 






a 


S 


3 
S 
i 




1 


s 


i 


% 
1 

1 

3 


•1 

1 

3 
1 


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■3 
3 


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1 

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1 


1 

a 




i 
1 
1 
.1 

i 




1 


1 

Si 


1 


5 
•5, 

i 


1 

1 


i. 
S 

a 
1 






.'Square 


In. 


Squarp 
Yardi. 


Linear 
Feet. 


Square 
Yard.. 


Square 
Yards. 


.Square 


Square 
Y'ards. 


Square 
Yards. 


Square 
Yards. 








Franklin street 




S3.W7 26 

665 62 

2,330 « 

3,246 11 

390 02 

254 46 

3,425 13 

5,404 32 

2,425 30 
9,296 16 
1,243 89 
2,467 36 

349 06 
2,896 51 
2,959 SO 
4,423 26 
7,398 88 
2,288 53 
3,887 46 
2,027 56 
2,756 94 

609 06 
2,042 11 
1,378 73 

789 00 
2.838 43 
1.563 85 
2,815 60 
3.498 10 
3,160 60 
11,861 46 


460 
1.204 
2.780 


^ 


























$235 31 
157 00 
390 02 
793 26 


S142 94 
79 60 
343 35 
412 51 


8740 13 




















AlveatOD street and Hoanoke avenue, 














































3.. . 
































































































5.... 






















■6.40C 
"3.111 






























65 feet west of Market street.. . . 


335 feet west of Parsons rtreet . . 
Talbot avenue 






























31 41 






























1.2721 


291 


894 












1461 16 


»595 37 




173 96 


>382 38 


120 00 


»41 22 






UIO 00 


$724 95 








Boston & Albany Railroad 
Bridge. 


2.057 
2.062 


6 
4 
















1,136 11 
396 44 


468 85 
301 74 
























































10.... 


Chapman street 

Cheetnut street 






3,619 


1.562 












. 1.079 






405 19 


455 48 






31 00 


3,3&1 49 














Charles River Embankment 


976 
2.500 


4-5 














.... ■■ 


109 00 
76 14 


238 50 
342 28 




























































13.... 


Columbus avenue, Providence street 
and Arlington street. 






3.591 














•400 
' 6,600 














2,234 83 


2,722 93 












Ce tr str et 






























28 04 
351 62 
562 00 
675 60 

' 95 63 
816 50 
466 95 
280 34 
101 68 

228 0( 
318 68 
























2,650 
2,181 

6.424J 
2,4421 
2,721 
7,000 
3,168! 


4 

5 

3.734 

3.23 

3 
























69 82 
359 50 

1,247 96 
- 267 50 
716 00 
78 16 
213 04 
152 29 
147 38 
393 00 
114 00 




















































84 00 


54 00 




































































1,416 fe.l northeasterly 


17 


f. 


■ 50! 
















6 60 
15 00 


..."."" 


22 50 
73 00 


67 00 


15 00 


18 00 
















West First street 

Dudley street 

Chelsea street 










i.lOj 




















Railroad bridge 














3 00 


3 00 




















































Elmati^t' 




















































Glenway street 
















>3,80C 
"633 




























24.... 


Corner Free port street and New Way, 




1,060 


\ 




210 


33 














190 00 


152 00 


66 86 


12 0( 
































































■6,0661 
































1,000 

470 

1,9831 

21591 
6,811 


li 
2-3 

6 
6 














































Bridge over Neponset river 




























1,324 67 

119 39 
105 73 
742 89 

120 50 
2,926 72 


221 72 
244 90 
635 70 
456 38 
742 50 
975 98 


50 44 






















Etartr^t. ::,.;.:.::::. . 










































































326 80 


173 00 


20 50 


50 16 
















Barry street 

Walnut avenue 




































































69 50 
33 44 


52 00 
45 00 














































144 72 


8 50 
















Cleary square 








































Hyde Park avenue 

Kjttred^e street .". . . . 

Lawnwood place 

Lawrence avenue. 

Longwood avenue 




1,097 76 
99 96 
5,793 69 
1,394 93 
4,607 11 




















•"■S 
































































43 07 
808 33 

95 25 
361 90 






















Washington street 




6,790 
460 
3,408 


5 
























228 00 

27 07 

1,119 47 


























360 












,162 






176 54 


77 04 
















































































525 00 
































1,760 06 

301 03 

2.627 01 

5,512 56 
1,292 02 

1,544 00 

2.172 04 

919 9: 

2>20 3i 


1,006 


5 


























457 79 
52 16 
560 22 

1,003 32 
161 08 




10 00 






































.4,450 






























Boston, Revere Beach and Lynn 
Railroad. 




2,022 

7,442 
2.340 

■ 1.658i 
944 


5 




















26 00 


10 60 


388 SO 

870 70 
265 00 




















44 


Marion street 














































60 feet north of bridge over New 
York. New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad. 


About 250 feet southeasterly 

CominocvieaUh avenue 
















































1.298; 


13 


























240 83 


744 57 


















36 


lOS 


















236 47 
162 16 


277 50 

\% 
6. 12 


3 00 


33 00 








12 00 


































































' 12,000 




































2.3111 


4-5 
























138 23 














































































812 25 
5.851 47 
5.620 05 
0.070 28 

31630 2( 
507 60 
4.823 89 
4.163 49 
498 18 
1.901 01 
1.006 73 
2.734 93 
720 69 
3,629 32 
1.015 i: 




















■ 11.5561 








































4.835 
4,401 
2,278 


41 
























747 33 
220 72 
1,172 49 


534 30 
869 49 
493 92 

79 92 
243 60 
36:) 36 

71 00 
92!J JO 
87:3 33 

f 50 
2 52 




















55' 


Rosamoreroad, , 


Forest Hills street 

Parker IIiU avtnuu 

Walnut av.'i'iuV. ! . 
Joljn A. AndawMart 
Can-bridgc Btrert 


Waehitcton street 

Calumii Mtr..,.t 

Market Htro.t 
















"i's.OM 










■'23 60 


30 00 
25 50 


■ -uVa 
















Saybrook street 

SchoolBtreet 

Sedgwick street 

Sparhawk street 






2,746 
3,214 


6 






















602 99 
341 69 


















































■ 3,066 






















4,406 
4,993 
7041 
783; 


3 
5 
























485 60 
769 51 
46 75 
677 04 




















Jeffries street 

Warren street.. 

Hillside street 
















































































































16 50 


















272 












.222 








342 23 


















3,055 


•1 




















617 79 


2t 59 
















West street.......:::::::;:;:::::: 




















■ '7,iii 






























2'i 


41 
























381 99 
379 67 
381 13 


262 02 


























Dumai Btrcct 












































U... 


West Third street 






























1— 


































' 


' 





T^ 




































• Oil. 

























* Granolithic sldewalka (square yards). 



• Wood block roadway (s^mure yards). 



KS DEPARTMENT. 



ICE 


^CHARGED TO APPROPRIATION 


FOR 


MAINTENANCE — PAVING SERVICE. 








































COBT AMD QOANTIIT OF MiTEEIALS. 


Rema^rks, 




1 
1 
1 


1 

1 

1 
1 

1 
! 


1 

6 

1 


s 


1 

1 

e 
1 


1 


.5 

1 



1 

2 

% 
•s 

to 




j 


..o«.. 


„„.„. 


— 


— 


—>■ 


0„AV... 


.„„„«„. 


— ■ 


-rn°r."^- 


°'=r 




i 




1 


Coat. 


Quantit}. 


Cost. 


Quantity. 


Cost. 


QuaDtity. 
(Barrela.) 


Coat. 


Quantity. 


Cost. 


Quantity. 


Cost. 


Quantity. 
(Tons.) 


Cost. 


Quantity. 


Cost. 


Quantity. 


Cost. 


lar 


Cost. 


Quantity. 
(Tons.) 


Coat. 


Quantity. 
(Tons.) 


Quantity. 
(Tons.) 










$171 00 
153 00 
180 00 
198 00 


S45 00 


S750 00 
88 60 
376 60 
160 50 
76 00 

699 60 
957 60 

301 60 

1.660 60 

170 00 

138 50 

2.586 00 

60 00 
140 00 
315 50 

101 00 

190 00 
31 00 

191 00 
40 00 
94 00 

160 00 

93 50 
360 00 










































S532 63 
162 62 
660 23 
869 63 
126 42 
118 13 


261 

76.4 
370.15 
365 

60.6 

66 


J2S0 25 


11.6 
























>$25 00 
























































































274 34 
641 21 
187 60 
93 42 


'3 95 


































































































































9 00 




































































»7 65 




S4S 00 


4,000 


(6 86 












»7 20 








«147 89 


151 


















197 25 
117 00 


121 60 
12G 00 




























1,622 47 

736 23 
105 65 
390 19 
1,206 88 


787 

602.7 
42.6 
166 
566 


900 64 

446 39 


42.4 
18.8 










































































S308 04 


1222 80 






217 50 








1,342 48 
66 


552 














»12 29 




384 49 


347.17 


•S4 29 


• 6.82 














147 00 
ISO 00 




























461 06 


7.97 
19.5 




















■64 00 
















































416 52 




J271 30 


1,923 00 


26,300 






633 76 


188 










599 11 


425 


2 02 










..20 


-71.9. 






























78 32 


86.1 






182 70 
668 71 
430 96 
870 32 
1,494 74 
505 07 

612 Oi 
603 16 
134 38 
39 02 
248 80 
276 82 
640 00 
264 S3 
361 H 

648 31 
623 77 

■"Mi'si 

38 43 
1,296 88 


7.72 
28.3 
18.26 

21:35 
27.7 
21,66 
21.26 
5.26 
1.65 
10.5 

a-' 

10.78 

13.36 
27.4 
26.38 

'■■■i:62^ 

63 














136 OO 
162 00 
615 00 
617 50 
218 50 


18 00 
99 00 
243 00 






































1,512 36 
877 61 

1,390 86 

2562 36 
862 83 
642 68 
726 43 

1,309 40 
81 71 

393 03 
190 26 


700 

720 
1,015 
380 
333 
302,6 
607.3 
33.5 

204:05 
77.65 


























1 60 




























14 73 




























































































6 50 






























































































» 


150 










3 00 




























6 17 


















135 00 
180 00 
106 OO 
36 00 
9 00 


81 00 

"36 00 
54 00 


















































































































































































U949 60 










6 SO 












7 20 


8 






7.84 


8 




























































































































63 00 
261 00 
163 00 
163 00 
234 00 
126 00 
639 50 

'36900 


18 00 
45 00 
83 00 
162 00 
136 00 

657 50 
'27 '66 






































800 
















132 72 












































470 65 
601 06 
406 12 
942 52 
1,102 13 
3,046 19 

■■■38i95 


192.1 
232 
210 
384.7 
671 
1,679 

■"i56!9' 

■V,233'" 
























'37 60 














































50 61 




2 5U 








135 76 


4,625 




























































































J 


om 


192 60 
1.439 00 

■"i82'60 

■"■272'6o 








' »i25'6o 


6 00 








66 












"■i7'8i 


is 






7 60 
■"i22'28 


■"139:35 








Aaphalt 

Aflpbalt 

"Aiphait;.!;!;!;;;;;;; 

Asphalt 


...32 
...33 
...34 










243 00 

"iii'oo 
"issoo 

333 00 


333 00 

iii'oo 

234 00 


641 00 
"■"MOO 

195 00 
162 70 

260 00 
197 80 
30 00 






























"19' is 


::;::^^ 










1,265 66 

"eis'si 

"749'83 

1,647 32 
461 37 


666.6 

■■'316' 

686 
207 

'388:67 


743 08 

160 1! 
409 16 

1,229 22 
251 87 

■'432'86 
248 80 


31.4 

6.36 
17.3 

62 
10.65 

■ ■18:3" 
10 52 








Aaphait:::::::::::::: 

'htip\i&\i'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.V.'.'.'.'. 
Asphalt 

Asphalt 

Asphalt 


...39 


■i^oo 








"iosHi 

46 00 


"si'oo 








■•71 88 


11 25 




■■■4-26 


350 























215 47 
7 35 


j ■ 








a»p5»|J 


;:| 




■ i6o6 






163 00 

■■267'o6 

341 00 
306 00 


' '225'66 
226 00 
315 0( 

144 0( 
288 a 
"46'6o 

"oooc 


466 00 

"20 01 
340 00 
340 50 
50 00 
190 00 

■■■'iisoo 

108 60 
264 00 

■" 28000 




































;:::::::: 


■"43'44 


'■"49'.6' 


848 89 

2!422 8: 

1,550 11 
186 66 

1,567 32 
774 81 
136 40 
306 38 

■■■89413 
253 20 
1,293 60 

'I'ow'os 


386 

■■'9S3^" 
1,090 
1,252.7 

718.97 

83 
812 
320 

70.65 
364.75 

■■365^^ 
102 


374 85 

■"634'26 

IJSS 86 

190 38 

869 14 
186 84 
991 29 
788 14 
148 76 
234 14 

■■654^42 
358 89 
899 00 
312 IS 
617 27 


15.85 

■ ■22:6" 
44.84 
60 
36.79 

29:75 

36,6 
7.9 

42 

33.67 
6.29 
8.9 

■■■24:44^ 

15.175 
38.012 

26:i5 








Asphalt 

Asphalt;;;:;!!!;:::;; 


:::52 












































































■ 'is 6o 

6i'43 


'iu'oo 

306 00 

"ios'oo 

315 00 
22 7- 
162 00 

■ '189 00 

315 00 

"sioo 




1260 00 




























■ 2 38 










Asphalt 

Asphalt 

Asphalt 

Asphalt 

Asphalt 


■'60 






'om's) 












































Asphalt 

Asphalt 

Asphait.';! ;!.'!!;!.'"! 


:::g 














>25 00 








































Asphalt 

.\3phalt 

.\sphalt 


:::S 



w Driveway (block) repaved. 



"Work done in 1926, 

'» Coat of wood block pa vine. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 

HIGHWAY DIVISION -PAVING SERVICE — DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY CONTRACT AND CHARGED TO APPROPRIATION "RECONSTRUCTING AND REPAIRING STREETS BY CONTRACT.' 



Kennedy Construction Compai 



Sftfe"' 



K^lufltre 
Leuniton M 



Kennedy Construction Com; 



'{'!:! 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 







HIGHWAY 


DIVISION— PAVING SERVICE— DETAIL OF WORK 


DONE BY CONTRACT 


AND 


CHARGED TO 


APPROPRIATION "PERMANENT STREET PAVEMENT." 














— 


.„.„ 


TO 


Contractor. 




Length, 
Linear 


8^^c 


ss 


ciSr 


M.^uu,. 


F,.,„„„. 


Wo,K DO,.. 


1 

1 
5 


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1 


1 

s 


s 

t 


1 
1 


3 

i 


4 


is- 


1^^ 


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1 






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'Si: 


.^Iqunre 


square 


l?;x 






Cost. Quantity. Cost. 


Quantity. Co»t. 


Quantity. Cost. 


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Public Works Department. 105 



APPENDIX D. 

REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
SANITARY DIVISION. 



Boston, January 1, 1928. 

Mr. James H. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public Works: 

Dear Sir, — I submit herewith a statement of the 
activities and expenditures of the Sanitary Division for 
the year ending December 31, 1927. 

The maintenance expenditures of the Sanitary Divi- 
sion follow : 

Sanitary Division $3,202,538 52 

Sanitary Service. 

This service during the year has shown a marked 
improvement in the various districts. All complaints 
have been promptly investigated and the results are 
fairly shown in the small number of complaints as 
compared with the number received in previous years. 

While the problem of the shortage of available dumping 
facilities within economic haul is growing more acute 
each year, and the suburban districts are growing at an 
amazing rate, we have been able to show a marked 
improvement in the collections. 

One of the problems that we have had to contend with 
is that of having the householder provide proper recep- 
tacles. This has been a great handicap in the proper 
collection of both ashes and garbage and a matter that 
will have to be adjusted in the near future. 

Street Cleaning Service. 

The purchase of the new motor-driven pick-up sweepers 
added to the equipment for street cleaning has made it 
possible to cover a much larger area in the suburban 
districts. However, the parking of the automobiles 
next to the curb still adds to the difficulty in cleaning 



106 City Document No. 2,4. 

the streets, and between the parking and the traffic 
interruptions the situation at the present time presents 
a serious problem. 

During the last two years another problem has 
presented itself, that of taking care of the old abandoned 
automobile chassis left on public streets and in public 
alleys. These bodies become very unsightly and have to 
be removed, adding another problem to the work of this 
department. 

Yours respectfully, 

E. F. Murphy, 

Division Engineer. 



Public Works Department. 



107 



SANITARY SERVICE. 



Financial Statement. 

Appropriation 

Transferred from other appropriations 



Expended by Sanitary Service, 12,089,907 75 
Expended by Street Cleaning and 

Oiling Service .... 1,112,620 77 



Income. 



5,197,491 43 
5,037 09 

J,202,528 52 



1,202,528 52 



Statement showing the amount of bills and cash 
deposited with the City Collector from February 1, 
1927, to December 31, 1927, and credited to General 
Revenue. 

Tickets and bills for the removal of ashes and 



waste 


$95,182 95 


Sale of manure .... 


2,804 70 


Rents 


525 75 


Sale of old material 


4 00 


Damage to wagon 


12 00 


Penalty on coal .... 


1 39 


Total 


$98,530 79 



Amount Paid into the City Treasury During the Year. 
Removal of ashes and waste .... $95,182 95 



Sale of manure 

Rents 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



2,138 78 

525 75 

17 39 

$97,864 87 



Total Cost of House Dirt, Waste, Rubbish and Offal, 1927. 

Salaries, division engineer, supervisor, chief 

veterinary and medical inspector $6,651 35 

Office supplies and expenses .... 4,060 13 



Carried forward 



,711 48 



108 City Document No. 24. 



Brought forward 




$10,711 48 


Ashes, waste and rubbish account 




1,348,583 50 


House offal account 




621,733 15 


Retired veterans' pensions . 


$1,986 76 




Retired laborers' pensions . 


4,928 00 


6,914 76 • 


Total 


$1,987,942 89 



Construction Repairs and Horseshoeing 
Account. 

Expended for labor . . . $97,129 92 

Expended for stock . . 32,382 87 



129,512 79 

$2,117,455 68 
Work Done for Other Services 
Street Cleaning Service 27,547 93 

Total $2,089,907 75 



Public Works Department. 



109 



Items of Expenditure for the Year 1927. 



Salary, division engineer (in part) 

Salary, supervisor (in part) 

Salary, medical inspector (in part) ^ 

Salary, chief veterinary (in part) ' 

Salary, foremen 

Salaries, yard clerks 

Labor, collecting and disposing of house dirt and ashes 

Labor, collecting and disposing of waste and rubbish 

Labor, collecting and disposing of house offal 

Labor and stock at stables and yards 

Hired teams on ashes 

Contractor on ashes. East Boston, Brighton, West Roxburj-, Dorchester 

and Hyde Park 

Contractor on offal. East Boston, Brighton, West Roxbury, Dorchester 

and Hyde Park 

Holidays, pay allowed 

Vacations, pay allowed 

Grain 

Hay and straw 

Medical attendance and pay allowed injured employees 

Veterinary services and medicine 

Horses, draught 

Outside wheelwright, blacksmith, horseshoeing, etc 

Labor, stock and wheelwright, blacksmith, painting, etc 

Repairs to stables and sheds 

Fuel 

Gas 

Electric Hght and power 

Printing, stationery, office supphes, advertising 

Automobile expenses 

Rent 

Tolls and fares 

Telephone tolls and rentals 

Retired veterans' pensions 

Retired laborers' pensions 

Total 



$2,500 00 

1,750 00 

1,158 35 

1,250 00 

19,751 29 

2,797 14 

704,620 14 

38,612 33 

358,230 72 

103,748 02 

26,102 40 

280,623 36 

130,200 00 

117,872 16 

29,027 10 

15,221 07 

19,411 14 

9,903 84 

321 39 

1,050 00 

16,575 89 

108,914 26 

33,678 38 

2,769 54 

495 12 

2,934 38 

4,060 13 

46,565 70 

1,980 00 

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1,986 76 

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Years. 



Loads. 



Cubic 
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Tons. 



1923 * 
1924* 
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1927 . 



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276,818 
239,840 
232,670 
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1,099,636 
984,287 
1,035,160 
1,140,579 



434,234 
448,094 
401,087 
421,828 
464,787 



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Yeahs. 


Loads. 


Cubic. 
Yards. 


Tons. 


1923* 

1924 * 


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50,584 
46,093 

48,738 
46,002 


127,052 
142,822 
137,597 
161,551 
183,110 


74,962 
84,264 
81,176 


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1926 

1927 


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108,034 



Waste and Rubbish Removed. 





Loads. , 


Cubic 
Yards. 




Years. 


Paper 

Carts. 


Market 
Wagon. 


Tons. 


1923 * 


1,924 
1,901 
1,772 
1,783 
1,722 


4,589 
4,601 
4,192 
4,438 
4,068 


53,409 
53,443 

47,712 
49,768 
46,320 


6,394 
6,390 
5,851 


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1927 


6,131 
5,681 



Loads of Material Collected. 



Years. 


Ashes. 


OffaL 


Rubbish. 


Total 
Loads. 


Tons. 


1923 * 

1924 * 

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1926 

1927 


280,448 
276,818 
239,840 
232,670 
182,658 


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50,584 
46,093 

48,738 
46,002 


6,513 
6,502 
5,964 
6.221 
5,790 


337,076 
333,904 
291,897 
287,629 
234,450 


515,590 
538,748 
488,114 
523,274 
578,502 



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31 of next year, 
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Material. 


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66,311 


173,701 


0£fal 


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by the Sanitary Service, January 1, 1927, to December 31, 1927. 



Class of Refuse. 


Coleman Disposal 
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Collected and 

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Contractors. 


Total 
Loads. 


Total 
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Loads. 


Tons. 


Loads. 


Tons. 




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Offal 


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41,2.55 

5,790 


291,086 

83,322 

5,681 


36,824 
4,747 


173,701 
24,712 


182,658 

46,002 

5,790 


464,787 
108,034 


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380,089 


41,571 


198,413 


234,450 


578,502 







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Character of Refuse. 


Cost per Ton by Districts. 


Cost of Districts. 




Districts 
and Popu- 
lation. 


Tons 
(2,000 
lbs.) 


Total 
Tons. 


To Collect. 


For Disposal. 


Total 

Collection 

and Disposal. 


To Collect. 


Total Cost 
to Collect. 


For 
Disposal. 


Total Cost 
of Disposal. 


Total Cost 

of Collection 

and 

Disposal. 


Total Cost 
per Capita, 
Collection, 

and 
Disposal. 


Where Disposed of. 




Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) .... 


43,113 

5.214 

51 


48,378 
26,586 

■ 130,688 

' 100,759 

59,266 


$2 0775 
7 2636 
4 4117 


$0 0355 


S2 1130 
7 2636 
4 4117 


$89,369 13 

37,872 72 

225 00 




$1,530 00 








Coleman Disposal Company, 
Coleman Disposal Company. 
Coleman Disposal Company, 






























[Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) 




8127,666 85 




1,530 00 


8129,196 83 


SI 7639 




22,382 
4,204 


A.V. $2 6388 
$2 1684 
2 7528 


Av. $0 0355 
$0 4508 


A\. S2 6743 
S2 6192 
2 7328 


48 534 29 
11 573 04 


10 089 50 


Coleman Disposal Company. 


3 (39,047) 












Coleman Disposal Company. 




[Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) 




60 107 33 




10 089 50 


70 196 83 


17978 




94,185 
35,729 
774 


Av. .'52 6404 
$2 9750 
3 4399 
15 4939 


Av. $0 4508 
$0 0022 


Av. $3 0912 
S2 9781 
3 4399 
13 4939 


$280,291 83 
122,907 66 
11,922 29 


$213 15 




S (part) and 7 

(156,405) 






























Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) .... 




413,121 78 


$5,501 25 
2,798 00 


213 15 


415,334 93 


2 6355 






80,491 
16,707 
3,561 


Av. $3 1764 
$3 5179 
6 4165 
10 8287 


Av. SO 0022 
$0 0683 
1670 


.\v. $3,1786 
S3 5862 
5835 
10 8287 


$2,83,160 47 
107,201 84 
38,561 11 
































Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) .... 




427,923 42 




8,291 25 


437,214 69 


3 6984 






50,915 
7,056 
1,295 


Av. $4 2470 
$3 0523 
4 9332 
9 6621 


Av. $0 0853 


Av. 84 3323 
$3 0323 
4 9332 
9 6621 


$154,411 15 
34,808 60 
12,512 46 






10 (75,029) : 








































$201,732 21 






$201,732 21 
343,000 00 


2 6887 








Av. $3 4039 




.\v S3 4039 






345,000 00 




* 
































461,859 


Totals . . 




365,677 


Av. $3 3733 


Av. SO 9984 


Av. S4 3711 




$1,233,551 59 




$365,123 90 


SI ,.398,673 49 


$3 4611 

















* The amount paid 
District 6 on page 114. 



to Coleman Disposal Company is for disposal of all refuse collected by the city force and Dorchester contracts. 

Total as above $1,598,675 49 

Add total of contract table, page 114 491,232 26 



Net amount of appropriation $2,089,907 

Coleman Disposal Company's contract calls for $345,000 per year. 





































Details of Collected Refuse in Boston for the Y 


arEnd 


ng Dec 


mber3 


1, 1927. 












































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2.837 


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Totals 


706 


IT" 




81,510 


«,45. 


J!ff. 









1.H0.S79 


■82,»« 








22..92, 


2t,«=2 


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«..787 


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■2.238 


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88,903 


3..^24 


' 




..722 






■ .205 


4.0.8 






4,476 


5,790 


5,68^ 


234.450 


5-8 50" 















■ 


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Public Works Department. 



115 



CITY OF BOSTON 



CHAR LEStO WfK./ ^O 
SAN5TARY DISTRICTS POP. 39047 i^^^j^ 




1927 




lO-N.&W.END^ \ 

POP 75029 '-yTSlbsg 
^111.00) $2.68 



4- BRIGHTON 

POP. 45 6 94 
(n.oo) 

153S \hs. 
.63, 





'4 lbs. ^3. 6 9 

8,9.-So.END 8c B.BAY, 

\ POP. 1182(6 J 




%-E.^)STON 
\ppP^76/2 



fja.oo) 



7.-R0XBURY 

POP 129275 (b3.0d) 
1594 lbs. #" -" 

*2.99 



0' 

POP. 2 7 /30 f/log>»P <<>»■ «> 

2038lbs. A*/yJP/ 

$1.04 <l- >:P'*'^^ 

^ 6 



I.-SQ.B6ST0N 

P^|5%7^62^=^ 

,/^ (5/. 00) 
$1.76 

c 



■^i 





HYDE PARK 

^ POP 20407 CTpQ) 
917 lbs. 
^0.84 



FIGURES SHOW ESTIMATED 
MEAN 1927 POPULATION AND 
POP. PER ACRE; ALSO.TOTAL 
WEIGHT OF REFUSE AND COST 
PER CAPITA FOR THE YEAR. 



116 



City Document No. 24. 



SANITARY DIVISION.— STREET CLEANING 
DIVISION. 



General administration : 




Salary division engineer (ir 


I 


part) .... 


$2,374 99 


Salary, deputy supervisor 


3,500 00 


Pensions, retired veterans 


2,334 25 


Pensions, retired laborers 


6,030 62 


Annuity, Acts of 1920 — chap 




ter 132 .... 


600 00 


Salary, medical inspector 


2,222 45 


Salary, chief veterinarian 


1,000 00 


Injured employees 


4,183 42 


Telephone .... 


737 90 


Printing and stationery . 


718 44 


Advertising 


9 00 


Miscellaneous 


3 00 


Salary — chauffeur — divi 




sion engineer . 


1,625 35 


Auto repairs and maintenance 


3,110 02 




fOO AA(\ A A 




«jp^O,'±^£/ ^t: 


General expense other than gene 


ral administration: 


Wages, stablemen 


$52,003 33 


Wages, yardmen 


■ 11,996 82 


Wages, watchmen 


8,681 27 


Wages, clerks 


5,346 47 


Hay, grain and straw 


40,520 38 


Light 


1,527 55 


Veterinary service and medicir 


le 384 91 


Horsehoeing 


2,678 35 


Harnesses, etc. . 


192 00 


Fuel 


610 17 


Stable and yards, rent of 


150 00 


Stable and yards, supplies 


1,737 37 


Stable and yards, building re 


- 


pairs .... 


2,386 36 


Horses — new . 


1,050 00 


Auto repairs and maintenance 


6,013 87 




iQc; 07c CK 




100,^ i 00 


Operating expenses : 




Salaries, district foremen . 


. $20,554 06 


Salaries, inspectors . 


51,238 16 


Wages, laborers . 


. 600,138 62 


Holidays and pay allowed 


19,585 37 


Carried forward 


. $855,244 50 $163,728 29 



Public Works Department. 



117 



Brought forward 


$855,244 50 


$163,728 29 


Vacations .... 


18,909 96 




Shops, labor for repairs . 


21,662 31 




Dumps, use of . 


1,039 05 




Snow license 


500 00 




Cart repairs 


8,149 29 




Tool and repairs 


294 47 




Vehicle supplies 


153 05 




Sweeping machine repairs 


128 48 




Push carts and barrels 


1,105 08 




Push brooms, teamsters' brooms 


3j 




etc 


2,075 00 




Machine brooms 


2,112 00 




Sand barrels 


224 94 




Sand 


1,053 51 




Water cart hose 


239 81 




Shovels, hoes and picks, etc. 


1,028 90 




Hired autos 


66,669 00 




Hired teaming . 


1,403 00 




Snow plows, parts, etc. 


9,489 09 




Shops, stock for repairs . 


10,430 98 




Autos, repairs and maintenance 


3, 61,333 29 


899,517 42 










$1,063,245 71 



STREET OILING AND WATERING BRANCH. 

General administration : 

Salary, division engineer (in 



part) 


$125 00 




Printing and stationery . 


37 82 




Telephone 


42 60 




Miscellaneous .... 


4 50 




Auto repairs and maintenance. 


873 22 


$1,083 14 






eneral expense other than general administra- 




tion: 






Wages of stablemen . 


$295 50 




Hay and grain 


167 50 




Shops, stock for repairs . 


69 55 




Horseshoeing .... 


95 00 




Miscellaneous .... 


128 65 




Land and building repairs 


38 63 




Auto repairs and maintenance. 


631 50 


1,426 33 






perating expenses : 






Road oil 


$22,129 04 




Sand 


5,409 23 




Carried forward 


$27,538 27 


$2,509 47 



118 



City Document No. 24. 



Brought forward 






$27,538 27 


Demurrage . 






33 00 


Caleide 






783 09 


Tools . 






36 09 


Miscellaneous 






246 65 


Inspection : 




General foreman . . $2,100 00 


Oil . . . 






2,428 90 


Water . 






20 83 


Caleide 






64 80 


Sanding 






531 28 


Building repairs 






187 41 


Standpipes . 






26 82 


Labor : 




Oil $1,381 00 


Water . 








314 50 


Standpipes 








218 25 


Sanding 








7,657 51 


Caleide 








254 50 


Holiday 








477 00 


Vacation 








497 00 


Showers 








92 44 


Land and building 






1,575 50 


Miscellaneous 






400 75 


Street cleaning expenditures .$1,063,245 17 


Street watering and oiling ex- 


penditures 








49,375 06 



J,509 47 



28,637 10 



5,360 04 



12,868 45 
$49,375 06 



[,112,620 77 



Public Works Department. 



119 



DISTRIBUTION OF EXPENDITURES. 



Removing snow 



Snow work 
gutters 



on crossings 



and 



Flushing streets .... 
Street patrolling .... 
Push cart patrolling 
Refuse box collections . 
Cleaning of paved streets 
Cleaning of macadam streets 
Cleaning of streets by motor 

machines 

Public alleys 

Sanding of slippery streets . 



$310,109 21 
12,537 15 



),777 09 
54,585 55 

164,239 86 
26,813 75 

268,316 20 
95,037 78 

48,900 34 
3,069 63 
8,859 15 



Total 

Oiling of pubUc streets and ways 
Watering of public streets and ways 

Total 



$322,646 36 



740,599 35 

,063,245 71 

45,255 16 

4,119 90 

.,112,620 77 



Summary. 



Items. 


Street Cleaning Branch. 


Street Watering and Oiling 
Branch. 




1925. 


1926. 


1927. 


1925. 


1926. 


1927. 


bor 


$582,879 49 

27,366 90 

127,502 64 


$749,049 39 

62,807 10 
136,542 82 


$832,665 00 

68,072 00 

162,508 71 


$17,860 00 

5,176 50 

30,384 38 


$19,568 45 

395 00 

31,495 43 


.$18,734 53 


saming 




pplies and repairs 


30,640 53 


Totals 


$737,749 03 


.$993,399 31 


$1,063,245 71 


$53,420 88 


$51,458 88 


$49,375 06 







120 



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Cleaning of Paved Streets and Macadam Qutters, 1927. 













Total Paved 
Stheets and 
Macadam 

GOTIEES. 










LO-\DS OF DIRT REMOVED. 


CUBIC YARDS OF DIRT REMOVED. 




Paved Streets. 






Paved Stheets. 


Macadam GirrrERS. 


Paved Stheets and 
Macadam Gdttbhs. 


P.ivED Streets. 


Macadam GDTTERa. 


Paved Streets Alio 
Macadam Gditbrs. 


District. 


Square 
Yards 
Cleaned 
Once. 


Equivalent 
Mileage 
30-foot 
Roadway 
Cleaned. 
Once. 


Square 
Yards 

Cleaned 
Once. 


Linear 
Miles 
Cleaned 
Once. 


Cleaned 
Once. 


Inspection, 
tabor. 


AU 
Other 
Charges. 


Total 
Cost. 


Cost per 
Thousand 
Square 
Yards 
Cleaned 
Once. 


Loads. 


Cost per 
Load. 


Loads. 


Cost per 
Load. 


Loads. 


Cost per 
Load. 


Total 
Cubic 
Yards. 


Per 

Thousand 

Square 

Yards. 


Cost per 
Cubic 
Yard 

Removed. 


Total 
Cubic 
Yards. 


P,.r 

Thousand 

Square 

Yards. 


Cost per 

Cubic 

Yard 

Removed. 


Total 
Cubic 
Yards. 


Per 

Thousand 

Square 

Yards. 


Cost per 
Cubic 
Yard 

Removed. 




12,282,837 
9,554,386 
14,202.547 
11,854,960 
5,216,781 
34.077,409 
80,090,834 
86,695,384 


697.88 

542.86 

806.96 

673.67 

296.4 

1,936.21 

4,550.61 

4,925 87 


1,953,720 
4,190,828 
3,006.828 
4,125,780 
1,084,726 
4,704,880 


370.00 
793.71 
569.47 
781.39 
205.44 
891.07 


14,236,657 
13,746,213 
17,209,375 
15,980,740 
6,301,606 
38,782,289 
80,090,834 
86,695,384 


S27,904 95 
33,563 53 
19,841 79 
23.967 40 
12,0SS 41 
34,679 45 
43,347 24 
67,747 36 


513,217 70 
7.531 26 
11,794 23 
9,154 44 
2,654 51 
10.732 74 
17,078 32 
28,060 66 


S41.122 65 
41,094 78 
31,636 02 
33,121 84 
14.742 92 
46,412 19 
60,426 66 
95,798 02 


82.888 
2.989 
1.838 
2.072 
2.339 
1.17 
.754 
1.104 


4,363 
3,564 
2,416 
3,286 
1,827 
2.253 
6,669 
10,662 


85.996 
5.816 
8.612 
5.609 
4.58 
7.807 

10.658 
8.986 


1.483 
3.189 
810 
3,229 
1,322 
2.986 


810.086 
6.386 
13.367 
4.548 
4.822 
9.317 


5,846 
6,753 
3,226 
6,515 
3.140 
6,239 
5,669 
10,662 


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8,726 
7,128 
4,832 
6,572 
3,654 
4,606 
11,338 
21.324 


.7104 
.7466 
.3402 
.6643 
.7004 
.1322 
.1416 
.2459 


82.998 
2.908 
4.306 
2.604 
2.29 
3.904 
6.329 
4.492 


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6.378 
1,620 
6,458 
2,644 
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1 521 
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1.666 
2.437 
1.269 


86.043 
3.193 
6.684 
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2.411 
4.658 


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13.506 

6.452 
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6,298 
10,478 
11,338 
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APPENDIX E. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE SEWER DIVISION. 



Boston, Januarj' 1, 1928. 

Mr. James H. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 

Dear Sir, — I submit herewith a statement of the 
activities and expenditures of the Sewer Division for 
the year ended December 31, 1927. 

On January 1, 1927, the Sewer and Sanitary Division 
was divided, and the Sewer Service was made the 
Sewer Division, separate from the Sanitary Division. 

During the fiscal year 1927 there were built by con- 
tractors, day labor and private parties, 18.73 miles of 
sewers and surface drains throughout the city, making 
a total of 1,028.59 miles of common sewers and surface 
drains, w^hich added to 30.93 miles of intercepting 
sewers, make a grand total of 1,059.52 miles of common 
and intercepting sewers under the care of the Sewer 
Division on January 1, 1928. 

Six hundred and eighty-two (682) catch-basins were 
built or rebuilt during the year, making a total of 
17,989 under the care of the Sewer Division on January 
1, 1928. Six thousand, five hundred eighty (6,580) 
catch-basins and sixty-six (66) drop inlets were cleaned 
by contract, the total amount of material removed 
being 23,184.18 cubic yards. 

Three thousand thirty-six (3,036) permits have been 
issued, as follows: 580 to district foremen and con- 
tractors for new construction work, and 2,456 permits 
to drain layers for laying new house drains or repairing 
old ones. 

Entrance fees to the amount of $10,664.28 have been 
deposited with the City Collector for collection from 
estates upon which no sewer assessment was ever paid, 
in accordance with the City Ordinances of 1910, chapter 
9, section 10. 



122 City Document No. 24. 

One thousand, seven hundred fifty-one (1,751) com- 
plaints on floodings and other causes have been investi- 
gated and reported on; also the gasolene traps in 504 
garages have been inspected. 

Plans for the assessment of estates for sewer construc- 
tion have been furnished the Board of Street Commis- 
sioners, representing 48,217.75 linear feet of sewers and 
appurtenances, costing $319,230.89. 

Reported to the City Collector on 4,044 municipal 
liens in accordance with chapter 60, section 23, of the 
General Laws, and in addition there were 7,500 reported 
orally to persons making requests at the Sewer Division 
office. 

The principal works built, together with the sewerage 
works recommended for the coming year, are as follows: 

City Proper. 

The widening of Kneeland street, Faneuil Hall square, 
and Dock square, required new sewers which were 
built, encased in concrete. 

A new pipe sewer encased in concrete was built to 
replace the old broken down sewer in Piedmont street. 

The laying of a 48-inch water pipe necessitated the 
building of a supplementary pipe sewer by the Water 
Division, through the Abraham Lincoln School yard 
adjacent to Arlington street. 

Sewerage w^orks will be required on account of the 
widening of Causeway street, the widening and exten- 
sion of Nashua street and the extension of Lowell street, 
also the changing of the grade of Buckingham street. 

The Charles river harbor line has been moved out- 
ward in the rear of the North Station, so that when the 
filling in begins, it will be necessary to reconstruct our 
sewer outlets in that vicinity with special attention to 
improving drainage conditions in the Canal street and 
Beverly street districts. 

Investigation of complaints in Congress street, Clark 
street and Alley 824 at rear of Northfield street, shows 
that these sewers should be rebuilt. 

In Belvidere street the separate systems of drainage 
should be constructed. 

The proposed building of a tunnel across Bedford 
street near Harrison avenue will require the diverting 
of the Bedford street sewer down Harrison avenue to 
Hay ward place. 



Public Works Department. 123 

A modern type of regulator should be built to replace 
the existing one at Beacon street near Brimmer street. 

ROXBURY. 

Pipe sewers were petitioned for and built in Bow- 
ditch court, Cheney street and Maple street, and the 
old brick sewer in a part of Hampden street was replaced 
by a concrete structure. 

The separate systems of drainage were built in Harold 
street and catch-basins and drains in Brookline avenue, 
Dudley street and Quincy street in advance of the 
permanent pavement. 

The sewerage works for Alley 931 and outlet across 
Boylston street, near Audubon road should be built in 
advance of the proposed permanent pavement. 

Sewers have been petitioned for in Logan street, 
Regent court and the Riverway. 

A section of the Hampden street sewer, the Dorchester 
brook overflow north of Massachusetts avenue, and the 
rebuilding of the Huntington avenue siphon at the 
Brookline town line, are all recommended for 
construction. 

South Boston. 

Sewerage works were built in advance of permanent 
pavement in A street and E street, on petition of the 
abutters in Thomas park, and a sewer w^as built in 
Hardy street by private parties. 

Sewerage works should be built in advance of the 
proposed permanent pavement in D street, between 
West First and Claflin streets. On the west side it is 
proposed to extend the D and Damrell streets overflow 
across the Midland Division of the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad. 

A study is being made under a legislative resolve for 
the development of the whole South Bay, which will 
call for sewerage works of great magnitude. 

East Boston. 

The 12-foot by 10-foot reinforced concrete overflow 
for the Porter street district, authorized by the Massa- 
chusetts Legislature under chapter 259 of the Acts of 
1926, is under construction and will continue so during 
the coming year. 



124 City Document No. 24. 

With the exception of a surface drain built in Chelsea 
place by the Park Department, the work in this dis- 
trict has consisted of minor improvements made in the 
present system. 

Sewerage works will be required in Barnes avenue, 
Bayswater street and Thurston street which have been 
laid out and ordered constructed under chapter 393 of 
the Acts of 1906, and for the petitioners in Lubec 
street. 

The Marginal street overflow near Lewis street is to 
be extended to the new State Bulkhead. 

Chaelestow^n. 

Catch-basins w^ere built in Medford street in advance 
of the resurfacing, and a sewer was built for the peti- 
tioners in Tremont street. 

The surface drain outlets from Alford street are to 
be relocated on account of being cut off by the solid 
filling placed on the property of the Boston Elevated 
Railway. 

The laying out of Irving place as a public way, the 
street changes at Sullivan square and the petition from 
Short Street court will all require sewerage works during 
the coming year. 

Brighton. 

A section of the easterly branch of the Shepard brook 
in Arthur street, consisting of a 5-foot 3-inch concrete 
surface drain, was completed during the year. 

Contracts were awarded for sewers in Beechcroft 
street. Lane park and Rose Garden circle, all of which 
had been petitioned for, and in Colborne road, Ransom 
road, Euston road, Claymoss road, Gardner street, 
Faneuil street. Parsons street and Bennett street, which 
were laid out as public streets under chapter 393 of the 
Acts of 1906. 

Sewerage works were built by private parties in 
Durland street, Duncklee street, Gillard road and 
Seminary road. 

Sewerage works are recommended in Cambridge 
street, which is to be resurfaced in Hatherly road, and 
outlet in Foster street; and in Alberta road. Western 
avenue, Perthshire road, Chiswick terrace, Chiswick 
road west. Chestnut terrace, Kenrick street and Langley 
road, which have been petitioned for. 



Public Works Department. 125 

Sewerage works will also be required in the following 
streets, viz. : Commonwealth avenue (outlet for Col- 
borne road), Gerald road and outlet in Gillard road. 
Lane park, Adamson street, Riverview road, Brooks- 
dale road and outlets in Ranelegh road, Hobart street 
and Parsons street, which are to be laid out and con- 
structed under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906. 

The concrete surface drain for Shepard brook should 
be extended, also the open brook course in private land 
off Foster street should be replaced with a new surface 
drain. 

A storm water outlet should be built for the relief of 
the Pratt street district. 

West Roxbury. 

Sewerage works were built in Ashland street on 
account of widening, and in Eldridge road, Murray Hill 
road, St. Joseph street extension, Olmstead street. Mid- 
vale road, Stellman road, Roslindale avenue and Nikisch 
avenue in advance of chapter 393, street construction. 

On petition of the abutters, sewerage works were 
built in Cedar street, Hayes street, Wolfe street. Sum- 
mit road, Bates street, Jeffers street, Mansfield street. 
Weeks avenue, Alpheus road, Hyde Park avenue, 
Lindall street, Emmons road. West Saville street, Knoll 
street, St. Peter street. Cottage avenue, private land 
(outlet for South street), Atlantis street, Perham street. 
West Border road. West Roxbury Parkway, New Park 
avenue, Lasell street, Sedgwick street, Rossmore road, 
Forest Hills street, Winchester road, Zamora court. 
Brook road, Ferndale road, Stimson street. Grove 
street, Birchwood street, Woodbrier road, private land, 
Wedgemere road. Centre street, Hodgdon terrace, 
Pond circle and Guernsey street. 

For the general improvement of the system, sewerage 
works were built in private land and Park Lane street. 
Poplar street, Stellman road and Seeanar road, and by 
private parties in Vale street and Stella road. 

More than sixty petitions for sewers are on file for 
this district alone, and sewerage works should be built 
in the order of their importance. 

The proposed permanent pavement in Cornell street, 
the resurfacing of Forest Hills street and Grove street, 
and the street construction ordered under chapter 393 



126 City Document No. 24. 

in Leniston street, Doncaster street and Willow street 
and outlets in Weld street and Dunbar street will all 
require sewerage works. 

A section of Stony brook and Roslindale brook should 
be built each year until the work is completed. 

Dorchester. 

The widening of Oakland street and River street and 
the building of the Southern Artery, under Special Acts 
of the Massachusetts Legislature, made a cross-town 
thoroughfare and necessitated the building of a large 
amount of sewerage works. 

A part of the open water course of Davenport brook 
was replaced with a 7-foot 9-inch by 6-foot 2-inch double 
concrete conduit. 

Sewerage works were constructed in Newkirk street, 
Ginita street, Adams street, Gene street, Hazleton 
street, Donald road, Frontenac street, Hosmer street. 
Elm avenue, Milton avenue extension. Wilder road, 
Norfolk terrace, Ormond street, Myrtlebank avenue, 
Hillsboro road, Chester street, Halborn street, Living- 
stone street. Dyer avenue. Harvard street, Emerson 
avenue, Rangeley street and outlet in private land, 
Owencroft road, Charlemont street, Vera street, Druid 
street and outlet in Morton street, on petitions of the 
abutters; in Rockdale street, Winston road, Crowell 
street and Mildred avenue in advance of chapter 393, 
street construction, and in Quincy street on account 
of street resurfacing. 

The abutters in this district, as well as in other out- 
lying districts, are sending in numerous petitions for 
new sewers, most of which are urgent and require 
building. 

Morton street, to be widened under a Special Act of 
the Legislature, and Greenfield road, laid out under 
chapter 393, Acts 1906, will require sewerage works. 

A tide-gate chamber in Dorchester avenue at Hoyt 
street is needed, also the installation of a new regulator 
in the old chamber of the Dorchester intercepting sewer 
near Mt. Vernon street, and the rebuilding of sewers in 
Dudley street and Crescent avenue, and in River street 
on account of the repaving; also a connection between 
the Forest avenue trunk sewer and the Talbot avenue 
high level sewer in Irma street. 

The open waterway of Oakland brook, which is pro- 
posed to be replaced by a masonry structure in Favre 



Public Works Department. 127 

street, Richmond road and private land; the Tuttle 
street outlet in Sydney street, the Auckland street 
surface drain and the King street overflow are all 
worthy projects for the general improvement of the 
areas they serve. 

Hyde Park. 

Sunnyside street, Violante street, Milton street and 
Reservoir street were all built as the result of petitions 
for sewerage works from the abutters. 

On account of the widening of River street a large 
amount of sewerage works has been built in the street 
itself, as well as outlets in adjacent streets. 

Sewerage works for Caton street, laid out as a public 
street. Summit avenue. Metropolitan avenue and other 
streets, in which the abutters have petitioned for sewers, 
are all recommended for construction; and the pipe 
sewer for Oakwood street outlet in Pinewood street and 
George street extended are recommended to be built. 

Sewerage works for Dana avenue and outlet in Water 
street and land of New York, Hew Haven & Hartford 
Railroad and Metropolitan District Commission; Read- 
ville brook in Norton street, Manilla street and Vaughan 
street;' Business street, Barry street, River street and 
outlet in private land between Mother brook and 
Business street; George street and Garfield avenue and 
outlet in Water street, are all required for the handling 
of the surface water and to prevent floodings. 

Pumping Station — Calf Pasture. 

Raising and underpinning the boiler foundations, 
building new foundations and floor for the carpenter 
shop, and a new suction chamber for No. 5 pump, 
were the principal items of construction at this place. 

The present No. 3 and No. 4 pumps are about forty- 
five years old and should be replaced by four centrifugal 
pumps, probably electrically driven. 

Float controlled gates are required on the 9-foot 
sewers at the entrance to the station. 

Moon Island. 

Minor improvements have been made and others will 
be required on the outfall works at Moon Island. 

Thomas F. Bowes, 

Division Engineer. 



128 City Document No. 24. 



SEWER DIVISION. 



The work of the Sewer Division is carried on under 
chapters 27 and 39, Revised Ordinances of 1925, and the 
following statutes : 

Chapter 426, 1897, as amended by 450, 1899, and 268, 
1903. 

Chapter 283, 1903, as amended by 464, 1907. 

Chapter 550, 1907. 

Chapter 424, 1908. 

Chapter 514, 1908. 

Chapter 74, Special Acts of 1918. 

The Duties of the Sewer Division. 

1. Preparation of plans for sewerage works. 

2. Construction and maintenance of all sewerage 
works. 

3. Investigation of complaints in regard to defective 
drainage. 

4. The granting of permits for sewer construction. 

5. The preparation of plans for the assessment of 
the cost of sewer construction. 

6. The examination of the plans of other corpora- 
tions proposing to construct works in the public streets 
with reference to their probable interference with 
sewerage works. 

Total number of permanent employees on pay 

roll December 31, 1926 327 

Total number of permanent employees on pay 

roll December 31, 1927 ..... 317 

Total amount of weekly pay roll for week ending 

December 31, 1926 $12,674.35 

Total amount of weekly pay roll for week ending 

December 31, 1927 $12,798.20 

Total amount of monthly pay roll December 31, 

1926 $375.02 

Total amount of monthly pay roll December 31, 

1927 $100.00 

* Total amount of monthly pension roll Decem- 
ber 31, 1926: 

Veterans $235.87 

Laborers $180.38 

*Chapter32, General Laws (veterans), chapter 413, Acts of 1911, and amendments 
thereto (laborers). 



Public Works Department. 129 

Total amount of monthly pension roll December 
31, 1927: 

Veterans $92.54 

Laborers $150.00 

Average weekly pay roll including monthly roll 
and exclusive of pension roll for fiscal year 
charged as follows : 

Maintenance $8,573.83 

Construction $4,111.52 

Average number of permanent men employed . 323 

Number of men on pension roll December 31, 
1926: 

Veterans 4 

Laborers 6 

Number of men on penison roll December 31, 
1927: 

Veterans 2 

Laborers 5 

Rate of wages paid to common laborers . . $5 . 00 



130 



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131 



MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES JANUARY 1, 1927, 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1927. 



Sewer Division. 

Improved Sewerage 
Pumping Station, Calf Pasture, inside 
Pumping Station, Calf Pasture, outside 
Pumping Station, Calf Pasture, engines 
Pumping Station, Calf Pasture, boilers 
Pumping Station, Union Park street 
Pumping Station, Summer street 
Pumping Station, Hyde Park 

Moon Island 

Main and intercepting sewers 



$142,064 55 
32,637 86 
46,357 20 
25,018 32 
10,217 84 
1,909 91 
1,405 92 



Miscellaneous Charges. 



Maintenance Stony Brook 

Cleaning catch-basins . 

Yards and lockers 

Employed at yards 

Automobiles . 

Horses, carts, harnesses, etc 

Teaming 



IjBSS amount earned by service teams and auto 
trucks 



Cleaning sewers 

Office salaries 

Office expense 

Repairing department buildings 
Repairing catch-basins, South Boston 
Repairing catch-basins. East Boston 
Repairing catch-basins, Charlestown 
Repairing catch-basins, Brighton 
Repairing catch-basins, West Roxbury 
Repairing catch-basins, Dorchester 
Repairing catch-basins, Hyde Park 
Repairing catch-basins, Roxbury 
Repairing catch-basins, city proper 
Repairing sewers. South Boston 
Repairing sewers. East Boston . 
Repairing sewers, Charlestown . 
Repairing sewers, Brighton 
Repairing sewers. West Roxbury 
Repairing sewers, Dorchester 
Repairing sewers, Hyde Park 
Repairing sewers, Roxbury 
Repairing sewers, city proper 



Carried forward 



$66,700 04 
1,176 46 
7,816 13 

$75,692 63 
23,092 50 



$259,611 60 
29,515 77 
18,195 85 

$307,323 22 

2,237 94 

87,746 61 

432 05 

38,972 75 





52,600 13 
53,683 21 




23,772 35 




2,148 95 


$1,239 82 




2,642 34 




1,332 68 




2,084 96 




1,007 88 




3,489 00 




5,626 50 




766 61 




4,215 31 




6,460 99 




1,554 18 




1,882 93 




1,372 00 




1,275 06 




5,670 88 




3,782 19 




1,163 71 




3,345 90 




3,189 20 






52,102 14 




$621,019 35 



132 



City Document No. 24. 



Brought fonvard $621,019 35 

Pension roll (veterans) 2,264 14 

Pension roll (laborers) 1,915 88 

Annuities 351 00 

Fuel and oil 2,895 42 

Hardware, tools, etc 5,738 39 

Engines and boilers 602 35 

Sundries and miscellaneous charges 40,346 37 

Telephones 470 59 

House connections 17,730 88 

Rubber goods 980 44 

Gatehouses, Fenway ' . . • 3,458 61 

Stock 11,919 82 

$709,693 24 
Credit. 

Stock transferred and used on construction . $9,505 65 
Fuel and oil transferred and used on con- 
struction 478 80 

9,984 45 

),708 79 



Charges to Various Parties for Work Done and Material Furnished, etc 

E. J. Carty . 
Elizabeth Mahoney 



Joseph Buckley 

Henry Webber 

Phihp Capello 

M. H. Levanthal . 

Estate of John Shay 

Ezra Andleman 

Mary KeUher 

Mary Norton 

William E. Riley . 

Annie Danehy 

H. E. Cline . 

Blue Diamond Material Company 

Dwight P. Robinson & Co., Inc. 

Fred E. Bowes .... 

Green Brothers .... 

Harris Goldman .... 

Metropolitan District Commission 

A. A. Woods 

William Lavery .... 

Schoolhouse Commission 

Turner Center System 

Burnett & Sherman 

Joseph Shinkus .... 

Hurley-Driscoll Building Company 

W. H. Hardy 

Water Service 

Wilham Muisa 

Patrick J. Lovett 

Water Service 

Jennie Glassman 

M. A. French 

Carried forward 



20 00 
6 75 
30 00 
13 50 
15 00 
13 55 

10 30 
15 00 

11 00 
26 70 

12 50 
125 00 

6 80 

* 224 28 

13 50 
8 50 

11 00 
10,300 00 
13 50 
13 50 
*45 30 
15 00 
11 00 
11 00 

* 197 81 
*39 44 

49 00 
15 00 
6 50 
53 29 
15 00 
28 40 

$11,379 00 



* To the credit of Sewerage Works Appropriation 



Public Works Department. 



133 



Brought fonvard 
Thomas G. Doig . 
L. V. Niles . 
Fenway Garage 
David R. Pitnoff . 
Edgar O. Hunt 
William Perry 
Hotel Brunswick . 
P. & J Besse Company 
M. W. Palmer 

The Edison Electric Illuminating Company 
J. Cundo 

Boston Transit Department 
Thomas Carroll 
Supply Department 
Margaret J. Lannon 
T. D. Baxter . 
Braimian & Nudle 
J. Lynch 
S. DiNapoU . 
Mr. Stronberg 
Cann's Sea Grill . 
T. Dennehy & Sons 
Dominick Santurino 

Dorchester Sewer Construction Company 
Barnet Levinbaum 
Rose Jacobstein 
William F. Condon 
M. A. Christian . 
John D. Lyons 
State Street Trust Company 
Ehzabeth J. Higgins 
Michael J. O'Donnell . 
William Perry Company 
William Perry Company 
Artemus R. Wood, Jr. . 
Boston Elevated Railway 
W. H. Young & Son 
Joseph Miller 
P. Vitale 

Ormac Company . 
Vincent Yonkus 
State Hotel Company 
Morse Brothers Company 
Old Colony Apartment 
J. Privitero 

L. P. Frederico Company 
Huntley Garage 
Anna Franke . 
M. Guarino .... 
Quincy Market Cold Storage Warehouse Company 
Ormac Company . 
Thomas F. Fallon 
Lloyd H. Chase 
Park Department . 
C. & R. Construction Company 
Water Service 
Tillie Berman 
George Gonia 

Carried forward 



$11,379 00 
60 75 

25 00 
15 00 
35 00 
11 00 
30 00 
47 25 

11 75 
*61 54 

15 00 

15 00 
*191 10 

15 00 
1,813 89 

15 00 

7 12 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
50 63 
19 00 
15 00 

*43 84 

8 50 

12 75 
*87 66 
*10 41 
*16 44 

13 50 

14 00 
3 50 

10 00 
24 00 

177 72 

11 00 
6 88 
8 37 
8 37 

*50 43 
8 13 

15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 

*26 04 

21 96 

15 00 

5 00 

24 00 

*88 73 

26 24 
5 00 

*71 83 

*4 75 

* 165 48 

3 63 

15 00 

$14,941 19 



* To the credit of Sewerage Works Appropriation 



134 City Document No. 24. 

Brought forward $14,941 19 

James P. Mackin 14 38 

R. E. O'Brien 6 88 

Standard Oil Company ........ 200 00 

Fred Davis 50 00 

B. E. Doyle 10 00 

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Uncollected 521 89 

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Miscellaneous Account, Detail. 

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Vacations $9,935 58 

Sick leave 407 22 

Workingmen's compensation . . 2,339 28 

Miscellaneous 5,910 98 

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General engineering . . . . 11 ,393 30 



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Recapitulation — • Maintenance Detail, 1927. 



Improved 
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Outside 
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Totals. 



Labor 

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Fuel and power 

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Valves 

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Telephone 

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$172,011 31 



Credits. 
Outside Improved Sewerage. 

Labor $5,486 00 

Stock 9,984 45 

Miscellaneous 17,606 50 



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491 77 

97,026 52 

1,499 75 

632 62 

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28,768 07 

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16,454 94 

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99.252 76 
3,253 63 

632 62 

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1,362 43 

1,838 53 

45,223 01 

791 66 

45,567 32 

21,327 51 



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Supplies and Fuel, Entire Service. 

Supplies. 
1,163 pounds grease, 18 and 20 cents. 
2,571 pounds waste, 11 to 16 cents. 
311 pounds cotton rags, 15 cents. 
3,313.8 gallons engine oil, 19.3 and 21.3 cents. 

838.7 gallons cylinder oil, 27.5 and 29.5 cents. 
5 gallons air cylinder oil, 75 cents. 

74 gallons sperm oil, $1.50 and $1.40. 

423.8 gallons turbine oil, 49.5 and 65 cents. 
10 gallons lard oil, $1.50. 

1,269 gallons kerosene oil, 10.9 to 16J cents. 

Fuel. 
596,247 gallons fuel oil, $26,523.45. 
173 tons anchracite, $2,360.28. 
3,108.63 tons bituminous, $21,897.38. 



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Recapitulation. 



Districts. 


Linear Feet 
Sewers. 


Linear Feet 

Catch-basins 

Drain. 


Manholes. 


Catch-basins. 


Amount 
Expended 
in 1927. 




439.52 
403.10 

38.25 

8,611.03 

40,818.35 

23,093.76 

10,828.67 

1,649.80 

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West Roxbury 


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251,226 45 


Dorchester 

Hyde Park 

Roxbury 


192,243 73 
58,583 71 
37,260 87 
34,492 36 







Length of Sewers Built by Private Parties. 



District. 



Linear Feet 
Sewers. 



Manholes. 



South Boston . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester . . . 



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1,356.54 

151.39 
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New Catch=basins and Manholes Built by Day Labor and Contract 
January 1, 1927, to December 31, 1927, Inclusive. 



District. 

South Boston 

East Boston 

Charlestown 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 

Dorchester 

Hyde Park 

Roxbury 

City proper 

Totals 



Catch-basins. 



Manholes. 



Total Cost. 



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53 

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6,799 48 

2,037 21 

4,061 58 

11,405 12 

25,551 09 

4,939 17 

27,714 44 

39,547 54 



$133,414 16 



Public Works Department. 



165 



Sewerage Works Loan, 1927. 

Engineers' salaries, general .... 
Amount charged to construction of sewers . 



Labor . 
Teaming 
Borings 
Transportation 
Supplies, etc. 



Engineering Expense. 



Pumping Station Construction 



Advertising 
Labor . 
Contracts 
Materials, etc 



Labor . 
Materials . 
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Sundries. 



$106,737 94 
25,309 00 

$132,046 94 



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336 25 

1,884 68 
2,874 20 
4,840 68 

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300 00 

48,401 84 

935 00 

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$1,776 67 

46,312 63 

127 07 



Less material charged to jobs . 



,216 37 
41,773 40 

$6,442 97 



Carried forward 



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Court Executions and Awards on Account of Land- 
Takings, ETC. 

George E. Wentworth, assignee. Water street and 
Neponset river, Hyde Park 

Boston Catholic Cemetery Association, private 
land between Harvard and Perry streets, Dor- 
chester 

L. H. Morrell, Colorado street, Dorchester . 

Anna L. Cassaboom, Robin street, West Roxbury, 

Margaret Welsh, Faneuil street, Brighton . 

Mary Agnes Meade, private land between Har- 
vard street and Prairie streets, Dorchester 



500 00 

75 00 

100 00 

87 53 

25 00 



L,025 40 



166 



City Document No. 24. 



Brought forward 

Hattie B. Coyne, Mt. Bowdoin terrace, Dor 

Chester 

McNally, Faneuil street, Brighton 

Joseph M. Conry, Rockwood street. West 

Roxbury 

Katherine McNutty, Faneuil street, Brighton 
V. Barletta, Oswego street overflow (contract) 
Edward J. and Elizabeth Soderlund, private land 

off Winter street, West Roxbury 
H. C. Corbin, Itasca street, Dorchester . 
Laura Gould, Itasca street, Dorchester . 



$ 1,025 40 

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45 00 

701 40 

200 00 

5,000 00 

100 00 

300 00 

45 00 



East Boston Pumping Station and Outlet. 



Engineers' salaries 

Borings 

Advertising 



$7,434 00 


rLET. 

$1,867 06 

179 17 

37 38 


$2,083 61 



Summary of Sewer Construction for Twelve Months Ended 
December 31, 1927. 



DiSTBICT. 



Built by 

City by 

Contract or 

Day Labor. 



Built by 
Private 
Parties. 



Total Length Built. 



City proper.. . 

Roxbury 

South Boston. 
East Boston. . 
Charlestown . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester. . . 
Hyde Park . . . 

Totals . . . 



Linear Feet. 

1,305.46 

1,649.80 

439.52 

226.00 

38.25 

8,600.86 

40,738.80 

23,371.78 

10,828.67 



Linear Feet. 
183.72 



186.72 
177.00 



1,356.54 

151.39 

9,643.87 



Linear Feet. 

1,489.18 

1,649.80 

626.24 

403.00 

38.25 

9,957.40 

40,890.19 

33,015.65 

10,828.67 



Miles. 
0.282 
0.312 
0.119 
0.076 
0.007 
1.886 
7.744 
6.253 
2.051 



87,199.14 



11,699.24 



98,898.38 



18.730 



Public Works Department. 



167 



Net Increase in Length of Sewers Between January 1, 1927, and 
December 3i, 1927. 



District. 



Length of 

Sewers Built 

During the 

Twelve 

Months 

Ended 

December 31, 

1927. 



Length of 
Sewers Re- 
built or 
Abandoned 
During the 
Twelve 
Months. 
Ended 
December 31 
1927. 



Net Increase for 

Twelve Months Ended 

December 31, 1927. 



City proper. . . 

Roxbury 

South Boston. . 
East Boston . . . 
Charlestown . . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury . 
Dorchester . . . . 
Hyde Park 



Totals . 



Linear Feet. 

1.489.18 

1,649.80 

626.24 

403.00 

38.25 

9,957.40 

40,890.19 

33,015.65 

10,828.67 



Linear Feet. 

456.31 

7.00 



226.00 



761.88 

40.85 

951 .58 



Linear Feet. 

1,032.87 

1,642.80 

626.24 

177.00 

38.25 

9,195.52 

40,849.34 

32,064.07 

10,828.67 



98,898.38 



2,443.62 



96,454.76 



Miles. 
0.196 
0.310 
0.119 
0.034 
0.007 
1.741 
7.737 
6.073 
2.051 

18.268 



Total Length of Sewers. 

Common sewers and surface drains previous to January 1, 1927 

Net increase of common sewers and surface drains between January 1, 1927, 
and December 3] , 1927 



Miles. 
1,010.32 

18.27 



Total common sewers and surface drains to December 31, 1927. 



Intercepting sewers connecting with Metropolitan sewers to December 31, 
1927 



Boston main drainage intercepting sewers to December 31, 1927 . 



1,028.59 

*6.81 
*24.12 



Grand total of common and intercepting sewers to December 31, 1927, 
Total mileage of streets containing sewerage works to December 31, 1927, 



1,059.52 
619.90 



No additional lengths during the year 1927. 



168 



City Document No. 24. 



Summary of Sewer Construction for Five Years Previous to 
December 31, 1927. 





1923. 


1924. 


1925.* 


1926. 


1927. 


Built by city by contract or 
day labor 


Linear 
Feet. 

41,076.39 
2,609.10 


Linear 
Feet. 

50,708.89 
4,566.88 


Linear 
Feet. 

75,241 .99 
10,296.40 


Linear 
Feet. 

72,958.49 
4,009.55 


Linear 
Feet. 

87,199 14 


Built by pmate parties 


11,699.24 


Totals 


43,685.49 


55,275.77 


85,538.39 


76,968.04 


98,898 38 







* Fiscal year changed to end December 31. Data is for eleven (11) months only. 



Catch=basins in Charge of Sewer Division. 





Catch-basin Data for Twelve 
Months Ended December 31, 1927. 


Total, for Whole City 

IN Charge of Sewer 

Division. 


Districts. 


Number 
Built or 
Rebuilt. 


Numbpr 
Abandoned 
or Removed. 


Net 
Increase. 


Previous 

Report to 

January 1, 

1927. 


Grand Total 

to 

January 1, 

1928. 




101 

69 

53 

9 

11 

46 

116 

220 

57 


80 
25 
13 


21 

44 

40 

9 

11 

46 

114 

212 

49 


3,402 

3,012 

1,281 

925 

775 

1,457 

2,404 

3,777 

410 


3,423 




3,056 




1,321 




934 






786 






1,503 




2 

8 
8 


2,518 




3,989 


Hyde Park 


459 






Totals 


682 


136 


546 


17,443 


17.989 







Public Works Department. 



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170 



City Document No. 24. 



Cost of Pumping at Calf Pasture Pumping Station January I, 
1927, to December 31, 1927, Inclusive. 



Items. 



Cost. 



Cost per 

Million Foot 

Gallons. 



Labor 

Fuel oil 

Electric power 

Coal 

Oils and waste 

Rubber valves and packing 

Miscellaneous supplies and renewals 
Cleaning No. 1 and No. 2 wells . . . . 
Major repairs on No. 5 engine 

Totals 

Labor at screens 



SS7,9S7 50 

26,764 95 

44,552 26 

23,940 38 

1,829 94 

2,123 67 

11,614 42 

7,020 00 

33,720 48 



. 05553 
.01689 
.02812 
.01511 
.00115 
.00135 
.00733 
. 00443 
.02128 



$239,553 60 
8,138 00 



.15119 
.00513 



Sludge Deposited and Removed from Deposit Sewers at Calf 
Pasture Pumping Station from January I, 1927, to December 
31, 1927, Inclusive. 





North Sewer 
Cubic Yards. 


South Sewer 
Cubic Yards. 


Total, 
Cubic Yards. 


Sludge in sewers on January 1, 1927 

Sludge deposited during the year 1927 


1,295 

782 


897 
308 


2,192 
1,090 


Totals 

Sludge removed during year 1927 


2,077 
1,624 . 


1,205 
729 


3,282 
2,353 


Sludge in sewers on January 1, 1928 


453 


476 


929 



Public Works Department. 



171 



Amount of Refuse Removed from Screen Hoist at Calf Pasture 
Pumping Station, January 1, 1927, to December 31, 1927, 
Inclusive. 



Month. 



Number 
Cheeses. 



Weight 
(Pounds.) 



January . . . 
February. . 
March . . . . 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . . 
September. 
October. . . 
November . 
December . 

Totals 



145 
136 

128 
154 
142 
118 
123 
89 
83 
137 
127 
138 



1,520 



34,945 
32,776 
30,848 
37,114 
34,222 
28,438 
29,643 
21,449 
20,003 
33,017 
30,607 
33,258 



366,320 



Cheeses average 241 pounds. 



172 City Document No. 24. 



APPENDIX F. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE WATER DIVISION. 



Boston January, 1, 1928. 

To the Commissioner of Public Works: 

The following report of the operation, income and 
expenditures of the Water Division for the year ending 
December 31, 1927, is respectfully submitted. 

During the year building construction and continued 
property development, principally in Dorchester and 
West Roxbury, called for the laying of 9.63 miles of 
6-inch to 16-inch water pipe; 3.3 miles were laid in Dor- 
chester, 3.8 miles in West Roxbury and one mile in 
Hyde Park. A contract for laying 4,000 linear feet of 
48-inch water pipe in Charles street, Columbus avenue 
and Arlington street, awarded in October 1926, and on 
which work had ceased at the end of the working season 
in 1926, was completed during the year by the laying 
of 2,700 Unear feet of 48-inch pipe with the exception 
of the installation of the steel pipe in the tunnel under 
the railroad tracks at Arlington square. This supply 
main was occasioned by the abandonment of the two 
30-inch water mains in Tremont street, between Apple- 
ton and Boylston streets, as a consequence of the 
Tremont street widening, which necessitated the removal 
of the older mains formerly carried over the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad and the Boston & 
Albany Railroad tracks by an independent pipe bridge. 
The unsatisfactory location of the water mains in 
Tremont street, between Warrenton and Stuart streets 
was also a factor in selecting a new location for the new 
water main to replace these mains to be abandoned. 
The construction of the reinforced concrete tunnel 
8 feet 6 inches in diameter with steel pipe shafts 10 feet 
in diameter, the tunnel depth under the railroad tracks 
being 40 feet below said tracks and in which the 48-inch 
main will be laid, was not completed until December 1, 



Public Works Department. 173 

although work started in February, consequently the 
laying of the water pipe in the tunnel which completes 
the work under contract could not be finished. Early 
in the coming spring the 48-inch supply main replacing 
the 30-inch mains mentioned above will be in service. 

The construction of the Southern Artery by the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts, presented the opportunity 
to complete the 24-inch supply main strengthening the 
distribution system of Neponset and the southern sec- 
tion of Dorchester, and 3,100 linear feet of 24-inch pipe 
was laid in the Artery connecting the 24-inch main 
ending at Adams street and Minot street with the 
36-inch main running through Washington street, Dor- 
chester. The Dock square widening allowed the relay- 
ing of 750 linear feet of the old 24-inch main laid in 
1849, with new cast-iron 24-inch pipe. The old pipe 
showed a serious state of deterioration after being 
buried in the salt marsh soil for eighty years. 

The demand for pipe extensions prevented the relay- 
ing of small sized water pipes with larger sizes to the 
amount of the yearly program of about 5 miles. During 
the year only 13,960 linear feet or 2.6 miles of 4-inch 
and 6-inch pipe was relaid with 8-inch and 12-inch pipe 
for the purpose of improving the fire protection and 
furnishing the quantity of water demanded by the 
modern type of fire engines. 

Among the greater lengths relaid were: 

South Boston. 

D street, between Bells court and Second streets, 
2,269 linear feet of 12 inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 
This pipe was laid in 1849 and at points was 9 feet deep. 

City Proper. 

Mason street, between West and Avery streets, 257 
linear feet of 6-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 

Grenville place, off Columbus avenue, 140 linear feet 
of 6-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 

Warrenton street, between Tremont and Stuart 
streets, 508 linear feet of 6-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 

Dorchester. 

Glide street, between Oak avenue and Minot street, 
302 linear feet of 6-inch relaid with 8-inch pipe. 



174 City Document No. 24. 

Southern Artery, between Grayson street and Gush- 
ing Hill road, 729 linear feet of 8-inch relaid with 12-inch 
pipe. 

Hyde Park. 

Arlington street, between Providence street and 
Hyde Park avenue, 419 Hnear feet of 4-inch relaid with 
8-inch pipe. 

Metropolitan avenue, between River and Westminster 
streets, 1,225 linear feet of 6-inch relaid with 12-inch 
pipe. 

Glenwood avenue, between Beaver and Ghild streets, 
230 linear feet of 6-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 

Cleveland street, between Child and Beaver streets, 
330 linear feet of 6-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 

Sunnyside street, between Franklin and Church 
streets, 938 linear feet of 4-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 

Thompson street, between Glenwood and Franklin 
streets, 520 linear feet of 4-inch relaid with 12-inch 
pipe. 

Franklin street, between Thompson street and Sunny- 
side, 361 linear feet of 4-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 

The construction of the Southern Artery, River 
street, etc., in consequence of the drastic grade changes 
called for the lowering, raising and relocating of 7,150 
linear feet of 6-inch, 8-inch and 12-inch pipes. 

Twenty-eight contracts w^ere awarded at various 
times during the year to care for the appHcations for 
main pipe extension as received. 

Service pipes to the number of 2,228, varying in size 
from f-inch to 12-inch were installed during the year 
and of this number 118 were 4-inch pipes laid to provide 
sprinkler protection. 

The regular work of the Distribution Branch, con- 
sisting of leaks, repairs, establishing fire and service 
pipes, freeing stoppage, shutting off and letting on 
water, etc., was performed in such a manner and at 
such times as to provide a minimum of delay and dis- 
comfort to applications for water, to water takers and 
to the traveling pubhc; practically all our work in the 
business section is now done on Sundays to meet the 
above conditions. 

The Legislative Acts of 1907, were comphed with and 
521 meters were set on old services in existence previous 
to 1907, and 1,940 meters were set on new services, a 
total of 2,461 meters. On December 31, 1927, the 



Public Works Department. 175 

total number of meters in service was 93,857, and there 
remains to meter about 1,000 miscellaneous houses in 
various sections of the city. With 99 per cent of Bos- 
ton metered, the work performed by the Meter Branch 
has increased and 8,784 meters have been changed and 
reset and 2,319 meters have been repaired in service, 
in addition to the installations on new and old services. 
The collections for all purposes in the Water Division 
were $4,080,772.65 and the statute making water bills a 
lien on real estate is an important factor in having the 
bills paid and paid promptly. 

Respectfully submitted, 

C. J. Carven, 

Division Engineer. 



176 



City Document No. 24. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 



Receipts 

Sales of water 

Service pipes new and repairs 
Fire motor and elevator pipes new and 
Sales of merchandise .... 
Fees for summonses .... 
Labor and materials for miscellaneous 
Damages and repairs to hydrants . 
Shutting off and letting on water . 
Interest on bank deposits 
• Premium on water loans 
Board of horses 
Interest on water loans 
Testing water meters 
Delivering water 
Rent of conduit, Congress street 
Sales of old materials 
Penalty on coal 



repairs 



Gross income 

Transferred to City Loan account to pay 
Hyde Park Water Debt . . . . 

Transferred to appropriation for Service 
Mains and Relaying Mains 

Transferred to credit of Collecting Depart- 
ment 



Net income 

Balance January 1, 1927 . 



$16,000 00 
90,000 00 
53,356 03 



,913,117 06 

107,146 28 

31,566 11 

7,257 08 

7,157 13 

3,737 13 

3,100 35 

2,734 00 

2,321 65 

1,094 20 

546 00 

447 22 

288 75 

139 49 

100 00 

20 00 

20 

,080,772 65 



159,356 03 

$3,921,416 62 
27,914 62 



$3,949,331 24 

Expenditures. 

Current expenses and extensions . . .$1,483,018 23 

Interest on water loans 52,940 00 

Serial loans 200,000 00 

Refunded water rates . . . . . 1,052 80 

Metropolitan water assessment . . . 2,155,188 41 

Total expenditures 1927 3,892,199 44 

Balance December 31, 1927 $57,131 80 



Appropriation for Service Mains .\nd Relaying Mains. 



Balance unexpended January 1, 1927 . 
Appropriation from Water Income May 1927 



Total appropriation 1927 
Expended during fiscal year 1927 . 

Balance unexpended December 31, 1927 



$7,864 99 
90,000 00 

$97,864 99 
71,595 99 

$26,269 00 



Public Works Department. 



177 



Appropriation for Extension of Water Mains (Loan). 

$238,566 12 



Balance unexpended January 1, 1927 
Loan issued in 1927 .... 



Total appropriations 1927 
Expended during fiscal year 1927 . 

Balance unexpended December 31, 1927 



200,000 00 

$438,566 12 
282,524 21 

$156,041 91 



Appropriation for Laying and Relaying Street Water Mains 

(Loan). 



Balance unexpended Januarj^ 1 1927 
Expended during fiscal year 1927 . 



Balance unexpended December 31, 1927 



$19,824 84 
13,244 66 

$6,580 18 



Details of expenditures under appropriation for cur- 
rent expenses for the fiscal year 1927. 



Construction of new mains 
Replacement of old mains 
New hydrants . 



Extension. 



$163,117 25 

53,601 12 

7,213 75 



Total extension $223,932 12 



Maintenance. 



Office and Engineering Br 
Salaries and wages 
Traveling expenses 
Printing, stationery 

postage 
^Miscellaneous 

Income Branch: 
Salaries and wages 
Traveling expenses 
Printing, stationery 

postage 
Miscellaneous 

Distribution Branch: 
Salaries and Wages 
Traveling expenses 
Printing, stationery 

postage 
Miscellaneous 



anch ; 
and 



18,419 21 
864 57 

3,743 13 
804 86 



and 



and 



Meter Branch : 
Salaries and wages 
Traveling expenses 
New meters and setting 
Meters, repairing, resetting, 

testing, etc. 
Printing, stationery and 

postage .... 

Carried forward . 



$149,127 30 
2,196 06 

4,498 53 
2,257 01 



$42,921 45 
403 18 

1,092 73 
2,555 06 



$18,038 25 

41 76 

28,424 52 

53,591 94 

303 16 



$53,831 77 



158,078 90 



46,972 42 



$100,399 63 $258,883 09 $223,932 12 



178 



City Document No. 24. 



Brought forward 
Holiday . 
Shops 

Laborers' Vacations 
Miscellaneous 



$100,399 63 

5,216 57 

18,087 83 

853 11 

170 42 



Inspection of castings 

Yards .... 

Damages 

Shops .... 

Stables 

Tools and repairs 

Main pipe relocation 

Maine pipe repairs . 

Service pipes, new 

Service pipes, changes 

Service pipes, repairs 

Hydrant, changes 

Hydrant, repairs 

Water posts, changes 

Water posts, repairs 

Fountains, new . 

Fountains, changes . 

Fountains, repairs 

Fountains, on account of 

Holiday 

Investigations . 

Off and on water 

Accommodation woi-k 

Work on account of office and 

branch 

W^ork on account of Income Branch 

Work on account of new meters 

Work on account of meter repairs 

Work on account of Meter Branch 

Waste detection and prevention 

Launch, repairs and supplies 

Harbor Service . 

Veterans' pensions 

Laborers' pensions . 

Laborers' vacations . 

Workmen's Compensation 

Emergency service . 

Garage .... 

Medical inspection . 

Light and power 

High Pressure Fire Service 

Veterinary's services 

Regulating boxes 

Expert services . 

Taxes . 

Delivering water 

Automobiles 



engmeer s 



$258,883 09 $223,932 12 



124,727 56 

7,821 70 

95,094 56 

22,038 13 

26,000 21 

6,524 65 

15,018 51 

15,737 14 

88,509 88 

114,176 53 

14,023 87 . 

128,279 06 

34,296 77 

70,106 85 

320 97 

963 50 

256 57 

540 73 

2,584 37 

1,784 40 

61,957 54 

1,481 20 

19,819 36 

4,254 18 

2,910 01 

783 18 

4,351 37 

11,128 29 

1,419 26 

110 10 

1,088 30 

3,769 03 

6,633 41 

8,644 20 

21,282 86 

4,477 05 

67,898 77 

6,763 09 

600 00 

1,721 17 

3,136 20 

125 00 

6,357 26 

1,106 90 

280 05 

9 95 

50,403 49 



Total maintenance 

Merchanise sold and stock consigned to junk 
Stock purchased 



Less stock used and disposed of 

Total expenditures from appropriation for current 
expenses 



1.320,200 27 

6, 135 34 

320,774 70 

$1,871,042 43 
388,024 20 



$1,483,018 23 



Receipts and Expenditures, 1918=1927. 

Receipts. 





1918-19. 


1919-20. 


1920-21. 


1921-22. 


1922-2 J. 


1923-24. 


1924-25. 


1 925. 

(11 months.) 


1926. 


1927. 




$2,998,922 73 
50,529 81 


$3,244,542 57 
54,111 33 


$3,364,937 04 
64,598 71 


$3,407,579 24 
65,479 69 


$3,694,448 30 
97,499 70 


$3,813,571 42 
97,164 30 


$3,748,575 28 
182,317 83 


$3,079,830 74 
161,277 84 


$3,790,408 27 
210,580 90 


$3,913,117 06 










$3,049,452 64 


$3,298,653 90 


$3,429,535 75 


$3,473,058 93 


$3,791,948 00 


$3,910,735 72 


$3,930,893 11 


$3,241,108 58 
800,000 00 
100,000 00 


$4,000,989 17 
300,000 00 


$4,080,772 65 
200,000 00 






































$3,049,452 45 


$3,298,653 90 


$3,429,535 75 


$3,473,058 93 


$3,791,948 00 


$3,910,735 72 


$3,930,893 11 


$4,141,108 58 


$4,300,989 17 


$4,280,772 65 




$25,087 31 
* 3,487 83 
26.165 88 

124,263 90 

30,000 00 


* $3,487 83 






* $43,733 95 


* $200,000 00 
24,141 18 
50,522 49 
113,570 40 

208,180 00 
410,000 00 


$24,141 IS 
26,737 35 
58,653 86 
16,000 00 

217,638 84 
175,000 00 


$26,737 35 

t 375,840 01 

51,890 79 

10,000 00 

50,123 45 


$375,840 01 

t 294,170 57 

55,622 61 

16,000 00 

90,000 00 


$294,170 57 

246,022 89 

53,356 03 

16,000 00 






$43,733 95 
34,596 76 
161,000 00 




30,317 74 
390,095 22 


$33,570 54 
209,958 26 


46,425 42 
250,233 01 

200,000 00 

2,J,000 00 

100,000 00 




Traiwferred to appropriation for service mains and relay- 


Transferred to appropriation for High Pressure Fire 










Transferred to appropriation for High Pressure Fire 

























ExpewHlures. 





1918-19. 


1919-20. 


1920-21. 


1921-22. 


1922-33. 


1923-24. 


1924-25. 


I92S. 

(11 mouths.) 


1926. 


1927. 




$1,055,842 87 

51,599 48 

1,741,008 84 

71,268 00 

962 99 


$1,010,634 32 

3,487 83 

1,805,104 07 

61,162 73 

1,339 82 


t$l,253,166 33 


t$l,232,418 76 


t$l,396,212 50 


$1,229,573 73 

384,038 82 

1,872,413 17 

25,534 00 

941 93 


$1,608,320 10 

215,042 67 

1,829,973 63 

24,680 00 

626 68 


$1,309,163 72 

75,930 69 

1,793,425 93 

9,800 00 

527 48 

515,178 10 

26,089 21 


$1,511,407 58 
83,065 12 
2,090,398 07 
45,280 00 
343 50 
346,255 78 
54,085 95 
180,000 00 


$1,483,008 23 




71,595 99 




1,885,924 91 

45,874 33 

1,041 38 


1,958,528 33 

41,852 66 

928 47 


1,784,257 21 

34,449 49 

1,104 32 


2,155,188 41 




52,940 00 




1,052 SO 




282,524 21 


















13,244 66 


















200,000 00 
























$2,929,682 18 


$2,881,728 77 


$3,186,006 95 


$3,233,728 22 


$3,216,023 52 


$3,512,501 65 


$3,678,643 08 


$3,730,115 13 


$4,311,036 00 


$4,259,564 30 



* Balance of appropriation for service mains and relaying mains. 

t$57,131.80 of this amount is balance of appropriation for "Water Service"; $26,269 
of this amount is balance of appropriation for "Service Mains and Relaying Mains Revenue"; 
$156,041.91 of this amount is balance of appropriation for "Extension of Water Mains (Loan)"; 
$6,580.18 of this amount is balance of appropriation for ' 'Laying and Relaying Street Water Mains 
(Loan)." 

X Amount expended for current expenses and extensions, there being one appropriation only. 



Public Works Department. 179 

Details of expenditures under appropriation for Serv- 
ice Mains and Relaying Mains for the fiscal year 1927. 



Construction of new mains 
Replacement of old mains 


] 


'Extension. 


$37,377 98 
22,486 50 




Total extension . 






$59,864 48 


Main pipe, relocation 
Main pipe, repairs . 
Service pipes, new 
Service pipes, changes 
Service pipes, repairs 
Hydrant repairs 
Off and on water 


Maintenance. 

om appropriatioi\ 
Mains 


$314 52 

599 29 

9,732 90 

42 50 

950 38 

51 96 

39 96 




Total maintenance . 
Total expenditures fi 
Mains and Relaying 


for Service 


11,731 51 


$71,595 99 



Details of expenditures under appropriation for Exten- 
sion of Water Mains for the fiscal year 1927. (From 
loan.) 

Construction of new mains $285,616 46 

Service pipes, new 3,071 27 

Stock purchased 72,308 72 

$360,996 45 
Less stock used and debit transfer from 1926, 72,472 24 



Total expenditures from appropriation for Extension 

of Water Mains $282.524 21 

Details of expenditures under appropriation for Lay- 
ing and Relaying Street Water Mains for the year 
1927. (From loan.) 

Construction of new mains .... $11,538 69 
Replacement of old mains ... . . 1,058 29 

Service pipes, new 647 68 

Total expenditures for the year 1927 .... $13.244^. 

Appropriation' for Dock Square and Faneuil Hall 
Square Improvement. 

Laying and relaying water mains on account of street 
widenings 

Appropriation for Kneeland Street Lmprovement. 

Laying and relaying water mains on account of street 
widening 

Reserve Fund. 
Expenditures for ice furnished at drinking fountains 



$1,972 


^7 


$2,751 


45 


$4,602 


_14 



180 City Document No. 24. 



COST OF CONSTRUCTION AND CONDITION 
OF WATER DEBT. 

Cost of construction to December 31, 1927 .... $21,290,135 91 
Cost of construction to December 31, 1926 .... 20,710,570 44 

Increase during the year $579,565 47 

Outstanding loans December 31, 1926 $1,244,000 00 

Outstanding loans December 31, 1927 1,228,000 00 

Decrease during the year $16,000 00 

Cost of existing works December 31, 1927: 

Pipe, yards and buildings $94,832 16 

Engineering expenses 57,873 58 

Distribution sj'stem (additions during 

year $579,565 47) * 20,669,430 17 

Hyde Park water works 468,000 00 

$21,290,135 91 
High Pressure Fire System $2,062,155 92 

* Includes $85,121.50 High Pressure Fire Service Extension expended in 1925 and 1926. 



Public Works Department. 



181 



Income Branch. 

Table No. I.— Statement of Each Year's Water Rates, 1912 to 1927, 
as of December 31, 1927. 



Year. 



Assessments. Abatements. Collections 



Outstanding 



1912 
1913 
I9r4 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 



$3,001,771 87 
3,004,331 52 
3,034,885 S3 
2,960,797 45 
3,130,590 53 
3,120,878 86 

3.359.714 95 
3,210,147 91 
3,503,677 88 
3,615,663 51 

3.612.715 51 
3,817,084 26 
3,832,531 26 
3,875,434 21 
3,910,049 04 
3,974,211 79 



$49,937 87 
42,088 77 
41,544 93 
15,084 24 
16,402 64 
19,287 29 
98,624 99 
27,111 37 
62,017 25 
34,119 41 
31,450 66 
35,464 15 
41,329 11 
37,420 53 
38,107 67 
17,983 32 



$2,943 
2,954 
2,970 
2,903 
3,062 
3,043 
3,197 
3,114, 
3,380 
3,524, 
3,522, 
3,739, 
3,780, 
3,821 
3,835, 
2,849, 



,402 


48 


,183 


62 


,232 


82 


,015 


36 


,818 


84 


,525 


11 


,299 


43 


,335 


15 


,167 


98 


,717 28 


,028 


49 


,213 


26 


,382 


74 


,732 


36 


,721 


48 


,162 


80 



$8,431 52 
8,059 13 
23,108 OS 
42,697 85 
51,369 05 
58,066 46 
63,790 53 
68,701 39 
61,492 65 
56,826 82 
59,236 36 
42,406 85 
10,819 41 
16,281 32 
36,219 89 
1,107,065 67 



Table No. 2,^ Elevator, Motor and Fire Services. 



Elevator services installed 

Elevator services abandoned 

Total number of elevator services in use December 31, 1927. 

Fire pipes installed 

Fire pipes abandoned 

Total number of fire services in use December 31, 1927 

Number of motor services in use December 31, 1927 

Number of motor services metered 



505 

lis 

2 

2,955 

96 

20 



182 



City Document No. 24. 



Table No. I. 



Meter Branch. 

statement of Work During Year 1927. 



Make. 



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Watch dog 

King 

Hersey disc 

Hersey rotary .... 

Crown 

Nash 

Lambert 

Keystone 

Trident 

Hersey compound . 
Hersey detector . . 

American 

Federal 

Totals 



25 

2,270 

49 

84 
9 




1 
1 

2,461 



63 
133 

S3 

281 

8 

20 
5 
4 



1 

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1,490 

1,163 

1,793 

3,641 

121 

135 

73 

46 

23 

26 



184 
82 



901 

2,867 

1,872 

2,907 

34 

20 

36 

29 

20 

15 

2 

6 
44 
31 

8,784 



4,068 

4,729 

3,718 

7,647 

259 

295 

255 

103 

48 

54 



377 
170 



992 

1,343 

2,052 

3,296 

58 

17 

44 

54 

20 

29 



184 
27 



47 
167 

74 
111 



6 
1 

413 



76 

776 

574 

707 

S 

7 

15 



21 

7 

9 

100 

19 

2,319 



Public Works Department. 



183 



Table No. 2. 

Meters in Service December 31, 1927. 



Make. 


Diameter ix Inches. 


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1 


li 


2 


3 


4 


6 


8 


10 


12 


Totals. 


Hersey disc 


42,229 

8,764 

17,720 

10,510 

317 

336 

330 

270 

159 


3,141 

38 

553 

393 

274 

425 

36 

95 

3 


1,395 

12 

723 

81 

172 

178 

94 

76 

3 


710 
38 

407 
63 

137 

127 
12 
17 
4 


278 

68 

245 

57 

158 

137 

2 

15 

4 


95 

58 

118 


66 


5 








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8,978 
19 796 


Watch dog 


30 










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Hersey rotary 


53 

40 

2 

14 
5 

11 
6 


22 
37 


15 

8 








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476 




4 

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1 










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Trident 


2 
33 








194 




13 


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96 


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12 

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25 

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Totals 


82,272 


5,604 


2,783 


1,517 


974 


402 


193 


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185 



Table No. II. 

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" (private) 

Roxbury (public) 

" (private) 

West Roxbury (public) 

" (private) .... 

Brighton (public) 

" (private) 

Dorchester (public) 

" (private) 

South Boston (public) 

" (private) 

East Boston (public) 

" (private) 

Charlestown (public) 

'' (private) 

Hyde Park (public) 

(private) 

Deer Island (private) 

Xong Island (private) 

Thompson's Island (private) 
Gallup's Island (private) .... 
Rainsford Island (private) . . 
Quincy 



Total number (public) 

Total number (private and 
suburban) 



470 

4 

255 



190 



106 
3 



1.162 
30 



52 

1 

152 



500 
9 

427 
3 

492 



41 



275 



123 

1 
19 

1 
15 

1 
34 

1 



207 



141 



19 



472 
5 



2,995 
21 



251 

6 

322 

4 

986 

15 

513 

8 

1,151 



184 
15 

229 

9 

65 

37 

332 



4,033 
136 



460 



330 

1 

140 



292 
2 

89 



29 



84 



1,685 
3 



13 



116 



116 
55 



53 
39 
13 
10 
13 

1 
12 

2 
17 

4 
14 
27 



130 
114 



1,517 

58 

1,529 

20 

1,994 

17 

1,000 

10 

2,456 

15 

663 

46 

536 

43 

347 

56 

559 

72 

20 

6 

2 

4 

3 

9 



10,601 
381 



186 



City Document No. 24. 



Total Number and Aggregate Length of Service Pipes of Various Sizes 
Connected with System December 31, 1927. 



Size. 


Total Number. 


Aggregate Length 
in Linear Feet. 




6,897 

91,899 

3,600 

5,774 

632 

1,834 

2,376 

12 

1,057 

3,505 

225 

72 

15 

20 

5 


158,251 




2,530,904 




124,182 




204,943 




18,057 




54,356 




71,762 




267 


3-inch 


29,300" 




91,430i 




24,275. 




4,596. 


10-inch 


1,77L 




4,005. 




448: 






Totals 


* 117,923 - 


3,318,547 







* The conapletion of the metering of all services to within 1 per cent of the total number 
of live service pipes discloses the fact that the total number of ser\'ice pipes will not exceed 
95,000. The large discrepancy is found to be due to the fact that pre^•^ous to 1880 no deduc-- 
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WATERWORKS STATISTICS.— CITY OF BOSTON. 

For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1927. 

Distribution. 

Mams. 

Kind of pipe: cast iron, wrought iron. 

Size: 2-inch to 48-inch. 

Extended, miles, 10.91. 

Size, enlarged, miles, 1.84. 

Total miles now in use, 935.23. 

Public hydrants added, 128. 

Public hydrants now in use, 10,601. 

Stops gates added, 240. 

Stop gates now in use, 14,336. 

Stop gates smaller than 4-inch, 33. 

Number of blow-ofTs, 728 

Range of pressure on mains, 30 to 90 pounds. 

Service. 
Kind of pipe and size, lead and lead lined: |-inch to 2-inch cast iron. 
2-inch to 12-inch, wrought iron and cement lined: |-inch to 2-inch. 
Extended feet, 45,911. 
Total miles now in use, 628.51. 
Service taps added, 1,920. 
Total service taps now in use, 117,923. 

High Pressure Fire System Extension, 1927. 

Appropriations to December 31,1927 §2,128,000 00 

Total expenditures to December 31, 1927 . . . 2,127,618 00 

Balance unexpended December 31, 1927 . . $382 00 



Public Works Department. 205 



APPENDIX G. 



REPORT OF THE BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE 
BRIDGE COMMISSION. 



To the Honorable the Mayor. 

Sir — As Commissioner for the City of Boston, I 
respectfully submit herewith the annual report of the 
Boston and Cambridge Bridge Commission for the year 
ending December 31, 1927. 

The commission is composed of two members, one 
appointed by the Mayor of the City of Boston and the 
other by the Mayor of the city of Cambridge, under 
provisions of chapter 467, Acts of 1898. 

The commission has charge of the maintenance of the 
following-named bridges between Boston and Cam- 
bridge; Anderson, Longfellow Prison Point, River 
Street and Western Avenue to Cambridge. River Street 
Bridge and Western Avenue Bridge were returned to 
the control of the commission, after being rebuilt by the 
Metropolitan District Commission, on December 1, 1926. 

As there is no separate appropriation made for the 
City of Boston's portion of the expenses of this com- 
mission, the same is taken from the appropriation for 
the Bridge and Ferry Division, Bridge Service. The 
amount expended during the fiscal year ending Decem- 
ber 31, 1927, was $16,496.35. 

Anderson Bridge (over Charles River.) 

The paving on the existing bridge, which is of wood 
block on concrete base, has had a considerable amount 
of repairs made to it. It is only a question of time 
when this paving will have to be relaid. 

Longfellow^ Bridge (over Charles River). 

By chapter 33 of the Acts of 1927 the name of Cam- 
bridge Bridge w^as changed to Longfellow Bridge. 



206 City Document No. 24. 



Prison Point Bridge. 

The channelway under this bridge was blocked b}^ 
the improvements being made by the Boston & Maine 
Raih'oad and no more boats will pass through the 
channelway. It is therefore advisable that the bridge 
be strengthened, a new flooring placed and a new type 
of surfacing laid so that the constant repairs and patch- 
ing of this structure may be eliminated. 

River Street Bridge. 

This bridge, a three-arched reinforced concrete bridge, 
with concrete paving, is now in the hands of this com- 
mission. There are no car tracks on this structure. 

Western Avenue Bridge (to Cambridge.) 

This bridge, a three-arched reinforced concrete bridge, 
with bituminous macadam paving, is now in the cus- 
tody of this commission. This bridge has two street 
car tracks on it. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James H. Sullivan, 

Commissioner for the City of Boston. 



Public Works Department. 



207 



Boston and Cambridge Bridges, Expenditures for the Year Ending December 31, 1927. 

Being the Portion Paid by the City of Boston, WhicJi is One Half of the Total Expenditure. 







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Inspectiou 

Repairs 

Lumber 

Light 

Fuel 

Supplies 

Printing and stationery 

Telephone and traveling expenses . 

Totals 



S2.50 00 



14 07 
95 25 

$359 32 



$850 00 
110 00 
655 60 



298 75 



$1,914 35 



$3,094 67 

186 00 

2,674 11 



1,513 56 



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234 00 

2,134 54 

750 07 

2 79 

38 22 

24 00 



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21 21 



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255 00 



$310 21 



$316 41 



$7,049 55 

606 00 

5,485 46 

750 07 

2,344 51 

38 22 

113 22 

14 07 

95 25 

$16,496 35 



CITY OF BOSTON 



PRINTING DEPARTMENT. 



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